Similar to other cableless monitor options for the iPad, the device moves data files over Wi-Fi, letting you have additional control without the wired connectivity. In contrast to them, it features a dongle that you may connect to the Mac’s USB-C port or even Mini-DisplayPort, enabling the system to gain access to the computer’s graphics card for providing finer quality visuals.
The Astropad Luna Display features a dongle and a partner iPad app that get in touch with one another over Wi-Fi. Just connect the dongle, start the app, and you may use the iPad as a possible wireless second display. It transforms the iPad into a practical touchscreen screen, incidentally, so that you can use taps, swipes, and actions to play with any Mac software you start in the other display, all while dealing with the external keyboards, styluses, and anything else you employ with the Mac PC. The dongle is no bigger than any particular thumb drive, as well, so you can continue to keep it in your pocket without using all that much space.
Since it gets access to your Mac’s graphics card, the device gets to benefit from its hardware-based graphics speed, like Apple’s Metal GPU program. That’s an enormous edge over other apps that convert iPads into second displays, which depend exclusively on software options for providing the images. The rapid processing lets the system to offer proper Retina support across all sorts of visual media, as a system analysis composition allows it to maximize transmitting speeds. Throughout use, the process attains a refresh rate of 60 fps.