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1.5″ USB Screen Must Be Good For Something

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By Evan Ackerman

Inside this rather large box comes a rather small USB powered display. The Luma Labs UD7 Gadget Display has a 1.5″ screen, which is small enough that you can’t really display much of anything on it. Essentially, it’s a lot like a single button from the Optimus Mini Three, in that it’s not designed to act as a secondary display, but rather as the primary display for a variety of widgets. You’ve got options like clocks, system monitors, timers, games, and even Twitter and Facebook feeds. It’s kinda cute and potentially useful, and at only $30, totally easy to rationalize.

[ Gadget Display ] VIA [ SlashGear ]








  • Evermore

    Now hold on there partner. That's not even two inches! If you can justify that for $30, I guess you haven't learned much from the recession. And the option to use it as a clock is just ridiculous. You could do a lot better with that $30, such as donating it to a charity for children or even Wikipedia.

  • franco1975

    [I will not dignify this silly gadget with a comment]

  • mcman

    So, it's a cell phone without the pesky calls, cameras, apps, etc…

  • Jessicat

    So $30 for a 1.5″ clock, or a new video game? I think we all know what we'll be getting. I don't think this is a great purchase, seeing as it really doesn't amplify or improve anything. Maybe if it had some storage room and could be used as a digital photo frame, that would be cute. But I think those are even as cheap as $50 and bigger…

  • mcman

    So, it's a cell phone without the pesky calls, cameras, apps, etc…

  • Jessicat

    So $30 for a 1.5″ clock, or a new video game? I think we all know what we'll be getting. I don't think this is a great purchase, seeing as it really doesn't amplify or improve anything. Maybe if it had some storage room and could be used as a digital photo frame, that would be cute. But I think those are even as cheap as $50 and bigger…