• Alex AndersonAlex Anderson, almost 5 years ago

    I use it. It works well enough. It certainly isn't high-fidelity like a regular external monitor, but it is useful for a passive second display. When I do web development, I usually put the web browser on the iPad and the code on my main display, but you can use it for whatever use-case you can think of.

    It certainly is more portable and cheap than an external monitor, that is for sure.

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    • Andy KaAndy Ka, almost 5 years ago

      Hi, Thanks for sharing. Does it make your mac fan spin fast and loud?

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      • Mason StartupMason Startup, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

        Hey Andy, this was only a problem for the initial launch in December 2014. Average CPU usage by Duet has been reduced dramatically across multiple updates. One of the largest performance updates was just rolled out this week.

        Uninstalling has never been hard, it's just a button in the computer app's settings. Some users didn't understand that the computer needed to be restarted to complete the uninstall. So we made that more clear in the pop up dialog.

        @ Alex, did you enable Retina resolution for higher image quality from the menu bar? You should have a high fidelity image.

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        • Andy KaAndy Ka, almost 5 years ago

          Hi Mason, Thanks for making this clear. will get a copy soon

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        • Andy KaAndy Ka, almost 5 years ago

          Hi Mason, One last question, is it safe to use duet for a long time usage? I mean , is there any potential hardware issue that could happen to my mbp or ipad if I use this application continuously / daily? Thanks!

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    • Andy KaAndy Ka, almost 5 years ago

      I ended up by purchasing the app and I'd say that I agree with @Alex Anderson. It certainly isn't high-fidelity like a regular external monitor, but it probably will be useful for a passive second display

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