Duet Display allows you to use your iPad or iPhone as an extra display. Developed by a team of ex-Apple engineers, duet is the first high performance solution that has zero lag.
Work more effectively with duet. An additional display can increase productivity for engineers, musicians, designers, and artists by up to 48%.
To setup, download and open duet on your Mac (for free) and on iOS. Connect your iDevice to your Mac using a lightning or 30 pin cable. Done.
No need to worry about firewall settings, Wi-Fi speed or your 802.11n network. Duet is secure, simple, and allows you to use your iOS and OS X devices in harmony.
And feel free to use your touch screen for interaction with your new display.
Check out our demo video: http://youtu.be/mVYimOiEya8
-Plug and Play Setup
-60 Frames Per Second
-Retina Display (optional)
-Secure Wired Connection
-Same Day Support
"I really like the app, I suppose the biggest compliment I can give is that it's so easy to setup it almost seems like an Apple product.”
"I love your product!! I used to use Air Display but even on Mavericks it was somewhat choppy and required wifi. I have been wanting a USB option like this for years.”
"I've wanted something like this since I got my iPad, it works great and does exactly what it's supposed to do. Amazing! It's like I suddenly have a new, second monitor that I can use anywhere. So thanks.”
"Amazing solution for me by the way. Works as I was hoping for and actually my main reason for getting an iPad : )”
"I have been using Duet and it has been A FANTASTIC experience!"
"Duet is by far the best tech of anyone in this market. Hands down."
~Anonymous Quora User
All iPhones with iOS 5.1.1 and later
All iPads with iOS 5.1.1 and later
All Macs with 10.9 (Mavericks) and later
Learn more at http://duetdisplay.com
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