Today we will take a look at two different displays for your computing needs that vary in size and features. The first is the Nanovision Mimo UM-720S, followed by the HP 2709m LCD monitor.
Nanovision Mimo UM-720S Monitor
If you have some extra money to burn and are looking for a gadget that functions like a monitor, you may enjoy the Nanovision Mimo UM-720S. The Mimo UM-720S is a device with a 7-inch display that you can hook up to your computer and use as an extra display.
Sounds, good in theory, but in actuality, it's pretty much a failure. All in all, the Mimo UM-720S is a frustrating piece of equipment to use, and at a retail price of about $230, you are better served considering other options.
The Mimo UM-720S comes with a limited one year warranty, in which the manufacturer will repair the device on a case-by-case basis. That's not too reassuring, but at least its something. Note that you are out of luck if you need to download drivers online, as they don't exist, and are only found on the disc that comes in the package when purchased.
Due to its diminutive stature, the Mimo UM-720S is somewhat limited in what it can be used for as an additional display. Viewing websites on it could be counterproductive, as you will most likely have to do a lot of scrolling.
That being said, if you are an Internet messaging freak, then it could be perfect for you. Its size is perfect for hosting IM windows, and can help you save the time needed to constantly minimize and maximize your instant messages when you only have one display at your disposal. Other than that, though, there's not much else I could think of that would be good to view on the Mimo UM-720S.
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