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In addition, Samsung says that this was made possible by improving the transmittance of the panel and the luminance efficiency of the back-light used in the monitor, which ultimately reduced the power consumption to as low as 6.3-watts. The new USB monitor by Samsung has a shorter life span than a traditional monitor [30,000 verse 50,000] but hey, it’s just growing pains and, as with everything, expect it to get better. Source:Â TechnaBob. Continue Reading
Just check out this picture and you’ll understand why.
Mimo better dump all their old 710 inventory because everyone will want this new version. The 7″ display has a display resolution of 800 x 400, contrast ratio of 400:1, and brightness around 350 cd/m2.Â Of course, the only connection needed, including power, is a USB connection. The 710-S pivots 90 degrees and
“The integrated stand protects the screen from scratches when closed.”Mimo doesn’t have stock, but willing to take your money.Â For those who pre-book, you’ll get product by late August.Â Price is $149. Mimo 710-S product page. Continue Reading
The conversion from an analog signal to digital signal is made within the monitor itself, thus eliminating the need for external VGA converter. The Samsung model reports an impressive 30,000:1 contrast with speedy 5ms response time. Samsung did not comment on availability within the states or the pricing, but itâ€™s nice to see the trend of external monitors go the route of USB.Â After all, what other connectivity is as simple and convenient? Continue Reading