I don’t want to sound lame but I just updated Duet.app and it seems they finally introduced the Apple Pencil pressure levels.
I waited for an update on Astropad to get rid of pixelation for so long, they stated mid-june but now I hear they’re talking about the end of the year.
Some PRO I find in Duet is that it’s not just mirroring the main screen (which you can do, too), you have a secondary monitor like on a Cintiq.
You select the pixel resolution, you have 60 and 30 fps, it works on a PC too.
I can easily stay connected with USB instead of being working on the couch if that means no pixelation.
Now I’m just wondering about why should I have to keep waiting for an update when it seems the guys at Astropad don’t want to listen to the community requests that are mainly about the pixelation issue that makes Astropad almost unusable in application like Zbrush.
I loved Astropad and it was the main reason why I moved from the Cintiq to the iPad Pro, but I think I’ll drop it and go steady for Duet.app, since I don’t see all of the color/resolution/compression artifacts if compared to Astropad that should make me think that Astropad is better.
Sorry but I’m a bit disappointed.