Mobile Monitor Technologies (MMT) introduces its Monitor2Go series of mobile secondary displays. Com in 15.6-inch screen size, the Monitor2Go has 1366×768 resolution and the Monitor2Go HD+ offers 1600×900 resolution. They use rubberized ABS for top and PCB housing and features brushed aluminum for the base and screen bezel.Designed with iPad in mind, the Monitor2Go has a slot for iPad 2 and iPad 3 for sharing content on the iPad to a bigger 15.6-inch screen. You can also fold the display to protect and lock the iPad during transport. The screen can rotate and pivot 180-degree, allowing users to use it in landscape or portrait mode.
Not only serves as a secondary display for the iPad 2/3, the Monitor2Go also offer HDMI and USB with DisplayLink support for use with your computer or HDMi-compatible devices. With DisplayLink, you can connect the Monitor2Go to Mac or Windows notebook via USB for extending or mirroring the screen, and daisy chain up to 6 Monitor2Go displays. It also works with HDMI devices, including smartphones, tablets, DVD/Blu-ray player as well as iPhone, iPod touch and iPad (via HDMI adapter).
MMT’s Monitor2Go is priced at $299 and you can add $30 more to get the Monitor2Go HD+.
- Sep 22 Sat 2012 20:21
- Sep 20 Thu 2012 09:04
Kobo is going to release in October the Kobo Glo e-book reader designed to deliver comfortable e-reading experience. The reader features ComfortLight, which, like Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite, uses front light technology to direct light at the page instead of user’s eyes for comfortable reading with eyestrain. The ComfortLight also has micro-thin hard coating for durability and even light distribution.
The reader has a 6-inch no-glare XGA 1024×768 e-ink Pearl touchscreen display. Users can create their own ideal reading experience with a choice of 7 additional font styles and 24 sizes, adjustable weight and sharpness settings. The Glo is powered by 1GHz processor for smooth operation. It supports WiFi 802.11b/g/n wireless connection allowing users to explore download e-books from Kobo ebookstore. The 2GB internal memory can store over 2000 e-books and users can add a microSD/SDHC card up to 32GB if they need more spaces. The Glo’s battery provides up to 55 hours of continuous use with light on or over 1 month with WiFi and light turned off.
Kobo Glo will be available on 1 October for $129.99, and comes in Pink Sunset, Blue Moon, Silver Star colors.