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Nanovision MIMO UM-710 USB Monitor Review  - Nanovision MIMO UM-710 USB Monitor Review
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If you're like one of many technology junkies today, then your computer of choice may be a laptop, which severely limits your multi-mon options. Today's laptops (and even netbooks) usually have an extra monitor port, but lugging around a full-sized LCD monitor with your laptop isn't a feasible option. What if someone made a tiny little monitor that you could stow away in your laptop bag? Nanovision did the thinking for you and introduced their MIMO UM-710 monitor, which is a cute little seven-inch secondary monitor. It is based on USB technology, so it is incredibly easy to hook up, and works on just about any modern computer. Unfortunately, your host computer needs a decent amount of horsepower to drive this thing, as we'll soon see.
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