Display link announced an application that turns an Ipad into a second monitor wirelessly connected a windows computer.The application works with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 and requires an iPad with iOS 3.2 or later, the company said. It’s configured with the DisplayLink software that the company offers for its primary line of business, USB-connected display technology. ,” DisplayLink said in a statement. That may sound like a lot of marketing fluff, but I love having a secondary monitor. Also, if you already have a DisplayLink-connected external monitor hooked in with USB, the iPad can become a third, the company added.
Complete Windows 7, Vista, and XP compatible
Quickly and reliably creates an interactive, secondary wireless display for your PC with the iPad.
Configuration using the familiar DisplayLink Windows graphics display utility
Operates seamlessly with other DisplayLink USB virtual graphics-enabled devices including docks for a rich, productive multi-monitor environment
Operates in true, uncompromised Windows 7 Aero mode, unlike other iPad multi-display apps.
Connect and disconnect – display repositions automatically