Here’s a cool way to use the best tablets. Using two monitors is an absolute necessity nowadays for productivity, but not every PC you use will have a second screen. With tablets becoming more common (and having bigger screens), using an Android tablet or iPad as a second monitor is a quick and convenient hack setup to help increase productivity. While it’s obviously not as good as having an actual 21-inch monitor, setting up a tablet as a second display is incredibly easy and convenient (since, you know, most of us have a tablet nowadays). This hack is especially useful for those that want a second screen at the office, since you can’t exactly carry a monitor downtown and bring it to work with you. You can, however, fit a tablet in your bag to carry.
So, how do you use your Android device as a second screen?
Mirror mode is useful if you have a group of people sitting around a table in a roon without a projector setup, to whom you want to show the contents of your computer screen, without making half the people get up and stand behind you.