It wasn’t too long ago that to get a second display often meant adding a second video card. For notebook users adding a second display was often impossible. When DisplayLink technology came to market adding more displays became much easier.
The latest DisplayLink LCD on the market comes from a Koran company called Nanovision. The company has announced a line of 7-inch DisplayLink LCDs that gets power and connectivity from the host PC over a single USB connection.
The LCD is available in several models that all have the same 800 x 480 resolution. The base model retails for $129 and the LCDs can be used in mirror or extended desktop modes. The highest end device has a touch screen and other models feature a webcam and mic built-in. This could be the perfect small display for IM programs, video, and TV watching while you work on the main display.DisplayLink, LCD, Nanovision