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Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post
Yeah, there are a few options, one of the paid apps that lets you do this is Splashtop. It works pretty well (though I get lots of video lag if I try to watch a streaming movie). But it does "total computer control" quite well, and I've never had problems with it functioning properly (minus said video lag when watching a movie).
amazing, now i HAVE to get one. that's be soo cool to be able to RDP my work comp from one of those while i was "on the go". Do any of them have satellite internet capabilities?
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No satellite, but unless you go to some strange places I would think a verizon tab would work well, there are two to choose from. The Tab 10.1 and the XOOM.
    
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