Asus has released the ScreenDUO auxiliary display recently to take advantage of Microsoft Windows Vista’s SideShow capabilities. Measuring around 4″ wide and standing 2.5″ tall with a thickness of 0.75″, this 2.5″ QVGA display comes with a four-way directional pad, a couple of buttons in front, and a trio plastered along the top edge of the unit. You can pop out the stand to mount it for easy viewing, giving your hands some much needed relief. Have any of you taken advantage of Vista’s SideShow yet? What are the items you normally view on the smaller screen? Make sure you subscribe to our RSS feeds to keep up with the latest in the world of gadgets and technology!
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