With the introduction of the laptop, the mobile office was created. You could take your show on the road and get some serious work done. Of course, you still had some limitations. Even today you have limitations; unless you want to carry around a laptop that weighs 10-15 pounds you are stuck with a small screen size.
Fortunately, you do not have to buy a gigantic laptop or one with an extended screen that will cost you an arm and a leg. Mobile Monitor Technologies has something that can help to overcome this limitation; the Field Monitor Pro.
The Field Monitor Pro is a thin, light (relatively) LCD display that uses Display Link's USB video out technology. The 1280x800 resolution matches many current laptops/netbooks, while the number key pad included will be a welcome addition for many users. You get all of this and a couple of extra USB ports for around $300. Is this worth the extra weight and cash? Let's move on and find out.
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