Green House Japan is introducing a new 15.6-inch monitor that draws display input from USB 2.0, making it ideal for display expansion without adding graphics cards. While not exactly optimal for graphics-intensive applications, the monitor should should serve ideal for businesses, stock trading firms, and other applications where a decent color display is all that's needed. The GH-USD16K is an LED-backlit LCD panel with just the USB input. The GH-USD16K has a native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, with 18-bit color depth (256K colors). It offers a static contrast ratio of 400:1, maximum brightness of 220 cd/m², 16 ms response time, and viewing angles of 80°/40°. Under normal operation, the display consumes just 5W of power. The company suggests that you can plug in up to 6 such displays on a PC for smooth display. More monitors would probably require an additional USB card/controller, even if there are free USB ports on the motherboard, since bandwidth is shared. Slated for market release in Japan next month, the Green House GH-USD16K is priced at an equivalent of US $210.