I checked the current IOS apps for the IPAD and wondered, that all the apps need a driver to be installed in PC/MAC.
- How to configure DisplayLink displays on Mac OS X ← Tips and Tricks When attaching a display that the software has not seen before, the display will default to being extended to the right of the main display.
- DisplayLink iPad Software. Creates an interactive, secondary wireless display for your PC with the iPad. 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.
- Apr 03, 2020 Luna Display solves both of these problems with a hardware solution that costs $79.99 and is available for both USB-C and Mini DisplayPort. Just plug the hardware into your Mac, install the software on your Mac and iPad, and you have a reliable connection with low-latency and nearly lossless output no matter where you are on your wireless network.
- Use multiple displays with your Mac. You may be able to connect more than one display to your Mac. To do so, you need a video cable for each display. You might also need an adapter. After you connect the displays to your Mac, you can choose whether to use them as an extended desktop or for video mirroring.
Is there any app available, which turns an IOS/Android tablet into an USB monitor - like ASUS MB168*, or HP S140U ?
Dell Displaylink Setup
Furthermore it would be great if the touch of the tablet would work as a touch mouse for PC/MAC,
Jan 05, 2011 DisplayLink is the best alternative for Windows users. Mac support is left out of this Windows-only app. To run the app you will need to pair it with a machine running Windows XP, Vista, or 7.
Displaylink Core Software Windows 10
There are applications available doing this through wireless and this doesn’t need our technology. For it to work through USB, this would need our chip in the device, so an app is not enough.
Touch is also possible today through other applications or through setups like Windows Continuum. DisplayLink doesn’t have any touch technology, but some manufacturers include touch along with DisplayLink technology in their products.