PIXO – Magnetic tablet mount for desktop computers

Published on April 7, 2016


Pixo is a tablet mount that connects your tablet to your computer so you can use it as a second display. It has been designed to be compatible with a wide range of tablet sizes and
desktop computer screens.


Because off its magnetic attachment, Pixo can be used with a wide range of tablet brands and sizes and it is the first display mount to work also with the 12.9” iPad pro, allowing you for example, to increase by 60% your working screen size if you use it with a regular 21.5” display ( the most commonly used display size).

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Pixo can be used by itself by simply mounting your tablet next to your computer as a second display, or sync the screen with a third-part app if you prefer to share your screen content across devices (Duet Display, Air Display, or iDisplay apps do the trick). Those apps already available on the market, work for both Mac and Pc’s running MacOSX/iOS or Windows/Android operating systems.


Pixo allows you to add more pixels to your screen.

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Tablets give us the freedom to work anywhere.
We often use them for reading or sending e-mails on the go, but when at the office or at home, in from of our desktop computers, we put them aside as is always more comfortable to work using a large display.


Most tablets have good quality displays, with a very high resolution, but they are often underused. We use either a desktop display or a tablet depending on the context, but never
together. Pixo allows you to use your tablet not just as a tablet but also as an extension of your desktop monitor.


You may have an old generation iPad laying around, or a brand new tablet that you don’t use as much when you are working at your desk.

Pixo can connect it to your desktop so you can use it as an extension of your current display. Pixo is on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter >

Pixo and Oscar Diaz


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