First up on "What's On Amazon":
This is a MIMO USB-powered 7" portable LCD monitor. It uses DisplayLink technology to connect to your computer via USB alone--no VGA plugs or AC adapters needed.
It folds down so that the stand functions as a screen protector, and at 7.25" x 5" x less than 1", it's superbly packable:
|As with nearly all my electronics, it has anime-related decals.|
DisplayLink is plug-and-play for Windows 7 and Mac OS X Lion, as the MIMO works perfectly as a fourth (yes, fourth) monitor for my desktop and a secondary monitor for my MacBook Air. I used to have a first generation Asus Eee PC Surf, so I've dealt with 7-inch displays before, and while the screen real estate is a bit cramped as a primary monitor, it works fine as a secondary one that you can use to refer to another document while working on your main screen, for playing videos, or as a dedicated mini screen for iTunes or uTorrent:
|The MIMO is a perfect size for a dedicated iTunes screen.|
|It's also great for torrent clients like uTorrent.|
The only critique I can level at the MIMO is that it could use a touchscreen interface, especially when I'm using it to display the settings windows from Manga Studio. I've caught myself more than once trying to tap the screen with my Cintiq's pen to adjust the settings. The virtually identical MIMO UM-720S model addresses this problem by adding touchscreen capability: