Luna USB Adapter Turns Your iPad into Second Display for Mac

Just plugging Luna USB adapter into your Mac you can turn your iPad into a second display for your Mac. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

Luna USB Adapter Turns iPad into Second Display for Mac

The Luna Display is an innovative and practical USB adapter designed to covert your iPad into a second screen for your Mac. As shown in the images, the adapter sports an ultra compact design, so you can effortlessly take it anywhere with you, and the geometric exterior delivers a minimalistic modern aesthetic style.

Luna USB Adapter Turns iPad into Second Display for Mac

The USB adapter comes in two models based on different connectors: Mini DisplayPort and USB-C, so it works with any modern Mac running macOS 10.10, Yosemite or later like MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac Pro and more. Of course, you also need an iPad with iOS 9.1 or later, and it supports iPad 2 of later, any iPad mini and any iPad Pro.

All we need to do is simply plug Luna Display into a USB port or Mini DisplayPort of your Mac, and setup in seconds, then our Mac will have another display. Undoubtedly, using the touchscreen of the iPad we can more intuitively interact with various applications from the Mac for improved productivity. We even can use iPad Pro and Apple Pencil to create awesome artwork using Astropad Studio and Astropad Standard, which keeps sync to the connected Mac.

Luna USB Adapter Turns iPad into Second Display for Mac

The USB adapter is designed to keep communicating with your Mac via WiFi, but if WiFi is unavailable, it can also connect with your iPad via USB cable.

The team behind Luna Display has successfully achieved the crowdfund goal on Kickstarter, but we can still pledge $65 to preorder the USB adapter for Mac and iPad. It’s expected to be shipped in May 2018.

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