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The Luna Display now allows the PC to use the iPad as a second screen.

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With a 12.9-inch mini LED screen with a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels, using the iPad Pro just to read books or check emails seems like a waste of technology. Luna Display Dongle makes the iPad Pro a more valuable productivity tool by converting the tablet into a secondary touch screen display, but so far it works exclusively with the Max. As of today, it officially works with Windows PCs.

The Luna Display was originally a Mac product. It plugs into the USB port on an Apple computer and streams data to the iPad, which is why it not only acts as a secondary display But as a drawing tablet for Mac-specific apps that would otherwise require a device like the Wacom Tablet for pen interactions.

Even at 130, The little dongle was still much cheaper than the other screens, and it was such a clever idea that Apple decided to Sherlock the functionality in the McCluskey Catalina. If you haven’t heard the term before, Lion Locking is an unofficial name that announces the features of a new operating system to Apple – whether it’s in Mac OS, iOS or iPad OS. Duplicates the exact functionality. Of a third party app or service. The term dates back to the early days when Apple’s Sherlock Search Tool was updated with a new feature that was previously only available through an app called Watson.

with the Mikos Catalina side car. Feature (Which turned the iPad into an external display.) Introduced in 2019., The Astropad was officially locked.But instead of giving up, the company decided to extend the functionality of its software and streaming dongle to Windows PC. It started with a. Kickstarter campaign. A year ago, after pre-ordering, but today Windows users can. Officially purchase the compatible version of Windows. Officially download the ونا 130 Luna Display dongle (available in USB-C or HDMI versions) and the Windows-friendly version of the Luna Display desktop and iPad apps.

Functionality for Windows PCs promises to be exactly the same as it was for the Max, with quick setup, with full support for touch gestures. Apple Pencil features on the iPad, and only 16 ms delay between PC and tablet. The experience won’t be as responsive as using an iPad with a native IPOS app, but the Luna display dongle and software means your precious tablet suddenly works with any Windows desktop app. Yes, whether it’s productive tools like Excel, or something more creative like Photoshop, or even complex 3D. Modeling Application

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