The TopHead TM150 is a two-in-one LCD display. You’ve heard of picture-in-picture, but what about picture-on-picture? TopHead’s groundbreaking monitor shoehorns two LCD panels into a single frame.
The primary display is a 15-inch, 1024 x 768 resolution screen. The upper, secondary panel measures 6.4-inch diagonally, with a 640 x 480 image. Between the ashy and bruised-purple casing and the protruding shiny rods and handles, this two-screened beast looks more like a trade-show concept piece than an actual product.
The TM150 connects to a dual-head video card (or a PC with two video cards) via a custom split-VGA cable bonded to the back of the monitor—no DVI inputs here. Both panels are plug-and-play, so you won’t need drivers for setup. The smaller screen is ideal for videoconferencing or for specially designed applications, such as an ID scanner with mug shot pop-up.
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