October 20, 2021


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You can now use your iPad as a Windows monitor wirelessly

You can now use your iPad as a Windows monitor wirelessly

AstroPad has a product that turns the iPad into an external display for Windows devices with USB-C or HDMI.

Updated, 20:29:

The first address is incorrect because macOS supports Sidecar to copy iPad to Mac. The address has changed.

Supports multi-touch

Macs are also supported, but the big news now comes in the form of a software update, version 5.0, which allows you to use the iPad as an additional monitor on both Windows and Mac computers wirelessly.

Luna Display costs 850 kroner with a new discount, shipped to Norway.

The following iPads are supported:

  • iPad Mini 2 (2013+)
  • iPad Pro (2016+)
  • 5th generation iPad (2017+)
  • iPad Air (2013+)
  • iOS 12.1 and above
  • 32-bit devices are not supported

Your Windows device must have:

  • Windows 10 64-bit 1809 or later
  • CPU Intel or AMD – 64-bit – 2 GHz or faster
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • GPU: Intel HD Graphics 520, AMD Radeon RX Vega 3, NVIDIA GeForce 820M
  • WiFi: 802.11n or wired Ethernet

macOS Monterey and iPad will be able to work together (“Universal Control”) as the iPad can be controlled with a Mac mouse so you can drag and drop images and text. macOS is likely to be released to developers This Monday Because then Apple will have to show off the new MacBook Pro series.

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