RunRev on iPad (New)

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed May 26 10:36:03 EDT 2010


Mark Talluto wrote:

 > On May 26, 2010, at 6:52 AM, Roger.E.Eller at sealedair.com wrote:
 >>>> René
 >>
 >> I believe this is just a repackaged VNC client (which is free).
 >> You can get free VNC clients for every OS including Android
 >> based phones, iPhone/iPod Touch, Mac, Win, Lin, and all types
 >> of *nix. It can be useful as long as your virtual keyboard is
 >> supported. Don't expect to be steaming video however, because
 >> it is not designed for that. It should be fine for basic
 >> interaction with a desktop 2D OS.
 >
 > I bought it and it works great!  It probably is using VNC under
 > the hood.  The speed is great.  I have not tried video yet.  But
 > the screen refresh is very quick and usable.  The mouse moves like
 > if it was connected via wire as a second monitor.  There is no
 > pinching as in VNC.  There is no virtual keyboard.  For our use
 > we could create one through the software we intend to run on the
 > device.  It does what it says it is supposed to do.  It turns your
 > iPad into a second monitor.  It costs $9.99.

That, and a second computer. :)

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