MMT Intros Mobile Display for Apple Devices, Smart Phones, Tablets and Notebooks

For Release: January 10, 2012 – 6:00PM PST

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MMT Intros Mobile Display for Apple Devices, Smart Phones, Tablets and Notebooks
I noticed some impressive products from MMT at CES 2012, here is a bit more information from them on their products–>

Innovative Design Encases Apple’s iPad2 and works with other Mobile Devices

LAS VEGAS, Nev. and BOSTON, Mass., January 10, 2012 – CES 2012 – Mobile Monitor Technologies (MMT), innovator and maker of the world’s first mobile display, introduced a product at the CES 2012 Showstoppers Media Event that extends the share, work, and watch capabilities of portable displays beyond notebooks and PCs, across the universe of mobile devices.

Monitor2Go is a 15.6” LCD LED-backlit display that redefines the entire mobile monitor category. Monitor2Go boasts a 1600×900 HD+ screen that not only extends the displays of USB enabled notebooks and PCs, it also mirrors the displays of Apple devices (iPad, iPhone and iPod) and HDMI compatible smart phones and tablets, as well as carries, protects, and locks the iPad2.

“Our Field Monitor Pro, which launched and defined the world’s portable display category, was a huge success for business professionals and consumers alike,” said Larry Pensack, President of MMT. “It is used widely for business applications and general multi-tasking, while many also enjoy it for larger screen viewing of movies, videos, and photos. Now, Monitor2Go adds those benefits, and more, to mobile devices.”

An industry first, the patent-pending Monitor2Go is constructed in sleek and rugged aluminum designed specifically to house, lock, and transport the iPad2 as well as work with other mobile devices. And with over 140,000 apps for the iPad, there are likely to be unlimited uses for Monitor2Go’s large, fully rotatable display. For example:

Share – Rotate Monitor2Go’s 15.6” HD+ screen to share bright, vivid presentations, videos, games, apps, and more.

Work – Eliminate squinting and hunching over a small screen, with nearly triple the screen real estate of the average tablet. For the notebook, Monitor2Go will extend or mirror the screen for up to 30 percent more productivity as compared to single screen computing.

Watch – Connect any phone or media player with HDMI, and you’ve got a mobile theater. Movies, TV shows, home video and photo slideshows in crisp HD wherever you go.

Monitor2Go Features
15.6″ HD+ (1600 x 900) screen
One inch thick, under three pounds, yet fully protected aluminum and ABS construction
HDMI input, USB mini-B input and two spare USB A inputs
Works with all USB Windows and Mac laptops and desktops
Daisy chain up to 6 Monitor2Gos through DisplayLink USB virtual graphics
Works with HDMI devices – tablets, smart phones, DVD players and more
Carry, protect, and locks the iPad2
180 degree screen pivot and rotation, with landscape and portrait modes
Audio jack output for speakers and headphones when using HDMI input
Optional numeric keypad/trackpad accessory
Optional VESA mounting bracket for wall hanging

Availability and Pricing
Monitor2Go and a new model of the popular Field Monitor Pro will be available in early Q2 of 2012 with list prices under $300. To preorder, visit www.mmt2.com.

About MMT
Massachusetts-based Mobile Monitor Technologies, LLC (MMT) (www.mmt2.com) specializes in lightweight durable portable displays for mobile professionals and consumers. MMT’s industry’s first, Field Monitor Pro, has enabled thousands of professionals to enjoy the productivity benefits of dual displays while out of their offices. With MMT’s latest entries, mobile device users also can enjoy the share, work, and watch benefits of portable displays at work, on the road, and at home.

Apple iPad, iPad2, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Field Monitor Pro and Monitor2Go are trademarks of Mobile Monitor Technologies, LLC. DisplayLink is a trademark or registered trademark of DisplayLink Corporation in the US and other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners.

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