The monitor of your computer is over-worked, not just because you have too many things to do, not because it is too small, but mainly because you don’t want to close the active windows that will take another 20 millennia to reopen. To manage all these applications, you could use better discretion, an ultra-wide screen or do a double-screen trick. But do you have the energy and space to do any of that? If you don’t, you could use this palm-sized monitor. The idea is simple, the technology stale, but the application has become available rather recently. Any programme that you want to keep alive on the desktop, but don’t have space for, can happen on this mini by simply dragging it to the edge of the screen. You can even place in it the tool bars that you may not need currently. From here, you can drag it back or work on it directly, without altering your existing desktop. Most users report using it for applications like Twitter, chat applets and media players. Available at www.mimomonitors.com.
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Display size 7 inch | Display resolution 800 x 480 pixels | Brightness 350 cd/m2 | Contrast ratio 400:1 | Connections USB 2.0 | Features Monitor Pivots | Drivers for Windows XP, XP 64-bit, Vista, Vista 64-bit, Mac OS X