has released Remote Display, desktop extension and mirroring software for networked Macs and Windows PCs. It’s normally priced at $40 per license; the company is running discounts through the month of July.
With Remote Display installed, one networked computer can use the display of another networked computer as if it were part of the same system. Unlike Remote Desktop, it’s not designed to offer remote control of another computer remotely — it’s designed instead to help users increase their desktop space.
The software requires a G3/233MHz or better (Intel included) and Mac OS X v10.4.8 or later.