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iPad apps from DisplayLink makes iPad a wireless Windows monitor

The application works with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 and requires an iPad with iOS 3.2 or later, the company said. DisplayLink announced an $1.99 application today for iPad which turns your ipad into a second monitor wirelessly connected to a Windows computer.

Read the press release from displaylink, click here.

DisplayLink announced the technology today at the CES show in Las Vegas..read the article from CNet

The DisplayLink iPad app turns your iPad into an extended monitor for your PC. Great for improving your productivity by freeing up desktop space on your notebook or desktop computer. Just drag any open window or application on to the iPad display sitting next to your primary display. Park your browser, email, social networking site, IM, or application control console on the iPad display and avoid application view switching on your primary display.

  • Creates an interactive, secondary wireless display for your PC with the iPad
  • Windows 7, Vista (32 and 64bit) and XP (32bit) compatible
  • Configuration using the familiar Windows graphics display utility
  • Discovers and connects the iPad screen to your PC over your wireless network quickly and reliably
  • Operates seamlessly with other DisplayLink multi-monitor and dock products to create a rich, productive multi-monitor environment

More info/Download DisplayLink iPad Host Software Driver,  …click here

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January 16, 2011 - Posted by | Gadgets, iPad, Microsoft, Social Connectors, Windows 7 | , ,

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