Do you know how to turn your PC into a Mac sub-display?
Will it evolve to that extent?
With the update of Luna Display of astropad, which is familiar with the sub-display of iPad, it is now possible to turn a PC into a sub-display of Mac (PC-to-Mac).
There was a time when I personally loved Luna Display. It was subtle that the USB-C dongle would fill one of the MacBook Pro's USB ports, but it was really smooth and stable. Well, I'm using the genuine Apple "Sidecar" ...
Anyway, Luna Display is now able to turn your PC into a Mac sub-display with a version 5.1 update. I want to use a beautiful Mac interface even on my company's PC screen! It is a perfect function for you.
In addition, 5K / 30Hz PCs, 5K / 45Hz Macs, and 4K / 60Hz PCs and Macs can be used as sub-displays. Even a 27-inch iMac with 5K resolution can take full advantage of its screen resolution.
Other updates include support for the Magic Keyboard, a teleprompter for PCs (manuscript reading function), and an office mode that turns off automatic connection.
As mentioned earlier, Luna Display was once in a difficult situation due to Apple's release of Sidecar. However, it seems that evolution is being promoted, such as not only supporting PCs but also sub-displays!
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