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New screen duplicates smartphone

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California-based Argonaut has introduced a waterproof and sunlight-readable marine monitor that remotely duplicates and controls a smartphone or tablet.

The new M7 monitor displays a phone’s image with full touch-screen control of apps and data. Its features include a 7-inch LED touch screen, high impact composite enclosure, machined anodized aluminum back cover and water sealed input cabling. It can also interface with computers, MFD marine electronics or cameras.

It is compatible with all Samsung Galaxy phones/tablets, with other Android devices planned. Can also be used to display Apple products without touch control. Production shipments are scheduled for September.

For more information, visit www.argonaut.mobi.

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