Luna Display

Astropad gave us our first taste of how well the iPad can function as an extension of your Mac. The company's Luna Display takes the idea to its logical conclusion, letting the iPad serve as an external monitor. Leveraging a physical connection to your Mac and proprietary Liquid technology, it provides lag-free, graphics card-driven performance wirelessly. It can also do something no other external setup can: let you manipulate the OS using just your fingers, and draw right on the screen with the Apple Pencil. Available for Mini DisplayPort or USB-C and compatible with most modern Macs and iPads.

  • Nix Mini Color Sensor

    Whether you're picking out a shade for your living room or working on a design, the Nix Mini Color Sensor can help you find and organize hues you like. Using a calibrated sensor and high-CRI white LEDs, the Nix captures accurate representations of colors on nearly any surface, which it can then match to RGB, HTML, CMYK and LAB colors, or over 10,000 brand-name paints. In addition to color matching, you can save your favorite colors and instantly find new palettes via the companion app, and thanks to its lightweight and size — smaller than a ping pong ball — there's little excuse to not carry it with you.

  • HP Z VR Backpack PC

    Most VR rigs have been focused on gaming. The HP Z VR Backpack PC is not your average VR rig. Aimed at the professional market for visualization, walk-through simulations, and employee training, the Z is a workstation-class PC, with an Intel Core i7 Pro processor, up to 32 GB of RAM, and a Nvidia Quadro GPU. While in backpack mode, it supports most head-mounted displays and runs off of dual hot-swappable batteries yet weighs just 10 pounds, and when it's time to sit down and get work done IRL, its dock gives you support for two 4K displays and plenty of ports.

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