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iMo eye9 9-inch Touchscreen USB Monitor

3 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • 9" Touchscreen USB Monitor
  • 1.3 megapixel rotating detachable webcam
  • 1024 x 600 Display resolution
  • 300:1 Contrast ratio
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Product Description

The new iMo eye9 has it ALL. A full 9" touchscreen with improved, crystal-clear 1024x600 resolution plus a 1.3 megapixel rotating detachable webcam...but there's more, much more: a built-in stylus that ingeniously doubles as an easel stand, a standard base that allows for multiple viewing angles plus landscape and portrait viewing modes, easy removal for tablet-style use, and (with the Flex-Arm Mount, purchased separately) quick, secure mounting to virtually any surface! PC and Mac compatible, works with Windows and Mac OSX.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B004FG6XEC
  • Item model number: iMo-eye9
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #352,009 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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We got a couple of these to work on a prototyping project. They are an interesting counterpoint to other input/viewing devices. However, they are very early in their product cycle, and this leads to some caveats.


- Fairly light, and small enough to place in a lap as an adjunct to a vertical monitor

- Touch-capable/stylus-capable. That basically gives you the ability to sort-of-spoof an iPad-like experience for PC apps.

- Connects to a USB port, so it works as an adjunct monitor in situations where normal monitors would not have a port to attach


- The device driver is quirky, which you might expect for this early-stage product. However, it seems to be evolving very slowly. I've had this for over seven months, and the flaky drivers have not been updated.

- The touch capability isn't true touch - the touching is used to emulate mouse/stylus input. This limits the range of touch user experience you can program.

- Rather dim compared to other monitors, which isn't surprising since it's drawing all its power from a USB port. If you're in a particularly bright room, you may find it's just too dim to use.

- It works with a laptop, but if the laptop isn't plugged it, this thing will help drain the battery pretty fast. So I'd recommend against using it in any unplugged scenario.

The things that really bother me are the lack of true multi-touch input and the flaky driver. As it stands, I think this little fellow is not useful except in some restricted scenarios.
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