Android tablet serving as secondary display
A lot of people are talking about “Second Window” experience these days, and an interesting article on PCAdvisor.com shows how to get the most out of your Android tablet in this direction – How to Use Your Android Tablet as a Secondary Display
With the help of the Redfly ScreenSlider app, and a PC connector app downloadable from the ScreenSlider website, you can boost your main computer or laptop with a wirelessly-linked secondary display…
Marco Chiappetta writes:
In this article I’ll outline how to configure an Android tablet (or a compatible Android smartphone) as a secondary PC display. I’ll explain how to install a couple of apps on an Android-based tablet and on a Windows 7 PC, and then I’ll show how to configure them to work together to extend (or mirror) the PC’s desktop. These capabilities are not confined to Android and Windows 7, however; do some digging on your own, and you should discover other screen-mirroring apps for any version of Windows from XP forward, as well as for Mac OS X, iOS, and Android.