Mimo Debuts Its First Outdoor-Ready Touch Display

April 6, 2020 by Dave Haynes

There are many options out there for large daylight-ready displays in totems and kiosks, but I’ve not seen much outside of the stuff sold on Alibaba that comes in much smaller sizes and would be supported on the east side of the Pacific Ocean.

Libertyville, Illinois-based Mimo Monitors, known for small form-factor all-in-one displays, has started marketing its first-ever outdoor display – a 21.5-inch, 1,500 nit unit that ships with or without a built-in Android player.
Product features/benefits and highlights:
  • Works at an extended temperature range of -20 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal year round.
  • P65 rated, allowing for harsh use in nearly every condition and protecting from elements such as sand, dust, insects, and more.
  • 1500 nits of light to offer crisp, clear, and beautifully vibrant visuals in sunlight or ambient lighting.
  • Adaptable light sensor adjusts displays brightness to accommodate cloudy days and at night to optimize power consumption and ensure an ideal viewing experience.
  • Endless options for uses ranging from poolside cafes, to museums, gas stations, quick service restaurant order, outdoor kiosks, amusement parks and more.  

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