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[tom's] AOC Revealing 22-inch HD USB-Based Monitor at CES

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Earlier this week AOC introduced a 22-inch monitor (e2251Fwu) that draws its power and signal through a USB port.
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the 22-inch AOC USB Monitor will support a 1920 x 1080 resolution @ 60 Hz
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As for other specs, the display will feature a brightness of 250cd, a 20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, a 5ms response time, and LED-based backlighting

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I think it could make for a really good add-on monitor if you want more desktop space... I wonder how well they could work with AMD's Fusion APU's?
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Support for connecting to a phone! Oh, the convenience. Add a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse and your Android phone now transforms into a desktop computer, with the help of a USB hub.
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Nothing new, seen people use dual/tri monitors through USB over 15 years ago only difference now is that it draws power from the USB as well.
 
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Anyone else imagine this thing hooked up to their xbox? So good for xbox lan parties.
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I smell TN.
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Quote:
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I smell TN.

This is one of those "I didn't actually read anything, but I'm posting something obvious enough that even I picked up on it, because i think im clever and must be the first person to have noticed" posts isn't it?
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Originally Posted by kikkO View Post

Nothing new, seen people use dual/tri monitors through USB over 15 years ago only difference now is that it draws power from the USB as well.

Actually, it IS somewhat new in that it isn't a terrible display (going off the specs at least), it isn't absurdly overpriced, and it is incredibly convenient because of the fact that as you mentioned it draws power from USB.
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Wow this is pretty neat. Is eyefinity possible with usb? blah ok going to read the post now haha (maybe I shoulda done that first)
    
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Originally Posted by kikkO View Post

Nothing new, seen people use dual/tri monitors through USB over 15 years ago only difference now is that it draws power from the USB as well.

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15 years, righttttttt


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Draw its power from USB. I like that idea, as long as it doesn't burn a USB port.
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