Mimo Magic Touch is a capacitive touch USB display

Mimo Magic TouchMimo Monitors has announced the launch of its Mimo Magic Touch: a 10″ monitor that features capacitive touch capabilities. It is designed for point-of-sale (POS) input and entry purposes, corporate video conferencing, smart home entertainment systems, industrial/manufacturing controls, as well as applications in healthcare, hospitality, retail, education, sound/video editing and other industries that can benefit from the use of a touchscreen. Its capacitive touch capabilities is a nice improvement over resistive touch displays that are normally used in such industries.

In addition to being a touch display, the Mimo Magic Touch can also function as a tethered tablet, in the event you want to walk around short distances i.e. during a presentation. The display is less than an inch think and weighs under 1lb, and has a resolution of 1024 x 600. It plugs into your computer via USB, and is compatible with Windows and Mac OS. Pre-orders for the Magic Touch are available now, and they are expected to ship out before Christmas. Prices start at $299.99, head here for more information.

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