Slideshow: iPad Does Remote Control--3 Apps Tested
We tested three apps that provide a variety of remote control capabilities: one from Array Networks, one called LogMeln, and finally AirDisplay from Avatron, which turns your iPad into a second monitor.
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In LogMeln Ignition for the iPad, users can change a variety of settings, including network speed and the remote system's screen resolution. The network speed compensates for slower bandwidth. Panning mode lets you choose whether you move the mouse cursor or move the desktop underneath the cursor.
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