Mimo is a company that just seems to have stuff down pat!  They have a line of different monitors for computers that not only allow you to take them on the go because they are smaller, but they are connected through a USB port, so there is no extra cables to have to physically screw in, or a power cable! But the coolest part is they are touch screen!

Mimo has several models of touch screen monitors that seem to fit everyone’s need, but the two newest are the Magic Touch and the Magic Touch Deluxe.  And thank to Engadget.com, we have a good look at what they do.  First off, if you bought this product, it doesn’t work like an iPad or other tablet device.  It only acts as a monitor for your already existing device.  From Mimo’s press release, we see:

Like other products in the MimoMonitors.com line of USB mini-monitors, the Mimo Magic Touch also allows users to de-clutter their crowded, primary desktop monitor and offload popular business applications such as web browsers, Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Skype, and instant messaging. For personal use, the Mimo Magic Touch can act as a great peripheral monitor for social networking, iTunes and media players, chat windows, online auctions, stock tracking tools, fantasy sports dashboards, and more.

For more info on their devices, check out Engadget.com and MimoMonitors.com
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