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Air Display 3.0
Use your iOS screen as a second display for your Mac
9 Alternatives to Air Display 3.0

Working on multiple screens?

Getting distracted by side monitors brightening somewhere in your peripheral vision?

That’s why we created ScreenFocus.

The app dims your screens. You don't have to click any button to dim a screen. It's dimmed automatically when you move the cursor away. By default, only the side screens are dimmed. Of course, you can change it within the app menu.

You can easily customize its settings:

- dim level (how dark a screen gets),

- which monitors are dimmed,

- fade-in duration,

- fade-out duration,

- dimming delay time.

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softpedia
Working on a project on your computer usually comes with the drawback of having distractions just a mouse click away which could put you off the current task. ScreenFocus is a minimalist and unobtrusive macOS application designed with one purpose in mind: to dim out the image on any displays you're not currently using to help you stay focused on the present … See more
Mac360
What is the one thing all our marvelous technological devices have in common? Battery? Nope. Apps? Yes. But that's not what's on my list today. The common denominator is screen. We look at our screens for hours on end. Information workers are glued to seats that are propped up in front of even larger screens.
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Luna Display is the only hardware solution that turns any Mac or iPad into a wireless second display. Luna Display seamlessly extends your Mac desktop to your iPad or another Mac, creating a wireless second monitor with stunning image quality.

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Daring Fireball
Luna Display: We're always looking for ways to give our users the freedom and flexibility that their workflow deserves. Luna Display's launch in the fall of 2018 blasted us off into an arena that no company had successfully played in before - we'd created a device that could turn your iPad into a second display for Mac.
9to5Mac
Luna Display, the popular accessory that lets you use your iPad as a secondary display to your Mac, is expanding with a new Mac-to-Mac mode. This means that you can now use a Mac as the secondary display for another Mac.
Macrumors
Luna Display today introduced a new Mac-to-Mac mode that allows any Mac released within the last decade to be used as a second display for another Mac. This includes any combination of Macs, ranging from a MacBook Pro and an iMac to a MacBook Air being used as the primary display for a Mac mini.
TechCrunch
Secondary display companies are among the latest to get a taste of Sherlocking, after Apple introduced Sidecar as part of the recent Catalina update. Honestly, the feature is far and away the best thing about the latest version of MacOS and as a number of third-party app developers have discovered ...
6 Alternatives to Luna Display 4.0

Duet 2.0 is hardware accelerated but still completely software. This means the GPU can handle more of the work, saving CPU resources & battery life, while increasing responsiveness.

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9to5Mac
Duet Display has been a good option for users looking to leverage their iPad as a second screen with macOS. However, some users have experienced latency issues. Now, with a free software update and the latest macOS version, Duet Display says it is able to use hardware acceleration for a smooth and fast experience and is now seen as a true external display in… See more
The Verge
Duet Display is a clever software app that allows users to convert an iPad into a second display for their Mac just by plugging it in, but it was never the same seamless experience that a "real" external monitor offered. Now, with the latest macOS 10.14.2 update, Duet can finally enable full hardware acceleration.
5 Alternatives to Duet Display - Hardware Accelerated

Le Slide by Slidenjoy is the world's first accessory that triples your laptop screen with a single USB and adds two extra monitors on each side.

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TechRadar
Having multiple displays improves productivity tremendously (as well as your gaming capabilities); that remains mostly the remit of desktop PCs despite the growing popularity of laptops. Belgium-based startup Sliden'Joy promises to change that with a clever solution that will go live next week. Tech retailer Media Markt (the German equivalent of Currys/PCWor… See more
CNET
As a writer, I always thought I'd spend more time in atmospheric cafes working on my stories than in the basement office where I usually am. I'm frequently held back from the latte life by the simple reality of screen real estate -- my Macbook's 13-incher just isn't enough to handle all the windows I need to have open as a I write and research.
Gizmodo UK
There are a lot of benefits to using a laptop, especially for work, but the obvious downside (aside from possible battery woes) is that you only have the one screen to work with. And if you want more room you have to keep plugging in an external monitor.
Mashable
'Le Slide' by Slidenjoy lets you turn any laptop into a triple-screened battlestation, allowing you to increase productivity, collaborate with others, or be fully immersed in video games, all while on the go.
The Next Web
Slidenjoy's "Le Slide" gadget, a computer accessory that adds a screen to each side of a laptop display, is on the floor at CES this year. Le Slide takes your portable laptop and makes it more cumbersome by adding two additional monitors to it.
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