About a year ago, we talked about the Luna Display, accessory Astro HQ (a company responsible for established applications such as Astropad Studio) that fits your Mac and establishes a proprietary wireless connection between your computer and an iPad, making the tablet a second screen recognized as such Mac recognizes the iPad as a monitor and your screen can be extended normally and almost without inferences or lag.
The accessory spent much of the last year in the final stages of the project after getting a pretty good raise on Kickstarter; Official pre-sale for general consumers started last July and now Luna Display is now available for sale on its official website by $ 80 $ 20 more than its creators asked for in the fundraising phase.
There are two versions of the accessory: one comes with a USB-C connector for newer Macs, and the other comes with a Mini DisplayPort plug for older machines; The values for both are identical and also include free access to Luna Display apps for Mac and iPad. The requirements for using the tool are quite broad: just have a Mac running macOS El Capitan 10.11 or later and an iPad running iOS 9.1 or later.
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