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    Default RDP or VNC with IPAD What's working?

    Who's using what? what's working

    Iteleport sounds the best. Anybody got experience with it? Can you run the remote and the actual desktop at the same time? What's the screen refresh on the remote like?

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    i went with VNC as I've used that for my desktop / laptop for a very long time. No complaints as of yet. iTeleport requires a VNC Server, why not just use the VNC viewer as well?

    edit: I will say it takes some getting used to the movement of the cursor and actual position on screen when clicking on something initially.

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    VNC with VNC viewer is pretty good, but still lags like one would expect. I had heard that air display was a good app, but reading the reviews, it sounds like it needs improvement.

    With VNC viewer, you can run the remote and the desktop at the same time on a mac anyway, and the refresh rate is about .5-1.5 sec behind the actual screen.

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    Ipad with iteleport, Traktor pro, and the SCS3M

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