Luna Display Hands On

Astropad’s new hardware-based Luna Display is wireless, Retina-ready, and fast as all get out. (Even the prototype I tested smokes Duet Display.) Check out iMore’s review, and their Kickstarter.

Very interesting. You are, however, simply using a sort of macOS-ified iPad.

2 thoughts on “Luna Display Hands On

  1. I wonder if, for many use cases, if offers much over something like AirDisplay?

  2. It’s supposed to provide much better response. If it does, then it will provide a touch screen option for Mac users. I’ve tried AirDisplay and it’s okay if you need static data but I don’t know that I’d want to use it for graphics for example. At least that’s been my experience. If Luna works as advertised, it will be a neat addition. Unfortunately, I don’t have that kind of need.

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