Summary: The Soundgraph FingerVU 706 is a very useful device and tries to combine the use of a secondary display with the functionality of an additional input device. Available in two versions with 4.3 and 7 inches, but in either black or white should make it interesting for both Windows and Apple users. A few design and technology choices do dampen the enjoyment of the screen. Soundgraph has chosen to use a resistive screen instead of a capacitive one.
Pros: Interesting price point, Excellent, even backlighting, FingerUI gives user a seperate interface to work with, Very good color attributes, You may rotate the screen if needed, Response time is good enough for casual viewing of videos, Intuitive FingerUI applicatiom, iMedian HD works well, Remote control a fine addition, Display protection included, Good construction quality, Powered over USB 2.0 thanks to DisplayLink, Available in black or white
Cons: Stand does not allow you to adjust the angle of the screen, Resisitive touch screen technology instead of the "thumb friendly" capacity variant (think "iPhone screen"), No stylus included, iMedian HD can only be started properly through FingerUI, No webcam