The more screen real estate you have, the more productive you are. Accountants, video editors, and graphics professionals all know this, and they set up two computer monitors so they can see all their open windows.
But if you already own a tablet, you don’t have to buy a new $150 LCD monitor to create a dual-monitor set up.
An app on your tablet combined with software on your computer work together to create a connection over Wi-Fi – no cables necessary. Your tablet becomes the second screen for the computer; your mouse cursor moves from one screen to the next, and you can drag & drop any files from the computer screen to the tablet screen (this is best demonstrated in the video above).
For a Windows computer and an iPad, MaxiVista is a popular program.The app costs $10. You download it onto your iPad, and then get the free software for your computer from their website. I like MaxiVista because it is incredibly easy to install. Performance depends on the strength of your Wi-FiRead More »from Cheap and Clever Dual Monitor Trick