The Japanese may have discovered their tiny notebooks' screens are somewhat lacking in size. For this reason, you see all kinds of supplementary monitors flourishing in this Far East country. Century once again seems to have excelled the competitions with its 10.1" USB monitor that packs an impressive 1,366 by 768 pixels. That's more than enough pixels for YouTube HD entertainment or for a full-screen browser.
Century picks a LCD with true 16:9 aspect ratio, and for the purpose of the product, it's is pretty unique. We believe however a vertically-oriented (6:19 aspect ratio) design is a better fit for document monitors. Better yet, throw in auto rotation feature to make it even more versatile. The Century LCD-10000U
- like all its siblings - is USB 2.0 powered given you have another port to spare for auxiliary power. Brightness is modest, rated at 230cm/m2. If you are prepared to drop $250 USD, this imported USB monitor should arrive in mid-July.
Via Akihabara News