Astropad has announced a massive update for its Luna Display product, offering a key feature for customers who own a Windows PC and an iPad. With Luna Display 5.0, Windows users can now utilize the iPad as a second screen for their computer, the same sort of functionality that has been available to Mac owners for years.
Though a dedicated dual-monitor setup is arguably the best way to get work done during the day, tablets offer a solution for those times you’re working on your laptop away from the office.
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