Ten One Design’s Mountie Clip Is Good For Duet’s iPad Show App
Your cellular two-display setup simply received much more good: Ten One Design has launched the Mountie, a two-sided clip that securely mounts an iPad, iPhone or some other cellular system to your MacBook or iMac’s bezel, whereas remaining sufficiently small to slide right into a jacket pocket or laptop computer case accent compartment.
The Mountie isn’t the primary gadget to do what it does, nevertheless it does look like among the many greatest designed. Padded rubberized inserts imply that it’ll respect your gadget’s industrial design, and match snugly no matter what you’re making an attempt to connect to what. A snap clamp squeezes your system to ensure it gained’t fall off when you’re working, and an extended vertical help strip means you gained’t get the wiggle and waggle that may make utilizing two loosely joined units on the similar time considerably nausea inducing.
Two weeks in the past, I might’ve walked proper previous the Mountie, regardless of it being named for the horse-driving nationwide police drive of my homeland. However now that Duet’s wonderful secondary show app for iPad and iPhone exists, the Mountie turns into a gadget I’ll probably advocate (as soon as I affirm it really works as marketed, because it ought to, based mostly on Ten One’s monitor report) for almost any Mac-joyful cellular employee.
When touring, my important productiveness suck isn’t having a number of shows to work throughout, and Duet mixed with the Mountie seems to be like a remedy for all my ails. Ever because the days of the unique USB-powered Mimo monitor, I’ve had a hankering for this type of answer, however people who use USB drivers and Wi-Fi connectivity have finally confirmed unsatisfactory, or not truly moveable. A 9.7-inch iPad Air, nevertheless, with a Mountie and a 15-inch Retina MacBook, may be a brand new excessive water mark in moveable productiveness.