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Remote Desktop on X1


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I really like the look of the X1, but purchasing it hinges on being able to use Remote Desktop properly. As this isn't something I can try in store, I'd love to get some feedback from existing users :lol:

The iPhone can do RDP ok and I've tested that out already - but the higher resolution of the X1 should mean it is much easier.

Does anyone know of any videos that show RDP on the X1 so I can see how it works? I'd be eternally grateful if someone could point me in the right direction :D

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No video, but I use RDP nearly every day with a Windows 2003 server to do some things when everybody has left the office. No problems here but I miss the zoom feature of the iPhone.

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I really like the look of the X1, but purchasing it hinges on being able to use Remote Desktop properly. As this isn't something I can try in store, I'd love to get some feedback from existing users :lol:

The iPhone can do RDP ok and I've tested that out already - but the higher resolution of the X1 should mean it is much easier.

Does anyone know of any videos that show RDP on the X1 so I can see how it works? I'd be eternally grateful if someone could point me in the right direction :D

Running UltraVNC on my my WinXP Home machine, got RealVNC viewer on my X1. Amazing.

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Thanks for the replies!

No video, but I use RDP nearly every day with a Windows 2003 server to do some things when everybody has left the office. No problems here but I miss the zoom feature of the iPhone.

Would you say it's better than RDP on the iPhone? :lol:

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Thanks for the replies!

Would you say it's better than RDP on the iPhone? :lol:

The finger scolling and zooming was great but I don´t realy need it for my work.

What realy helps me is the hardware keyboard. So the answer is "YES" for me.

But RDP offers more features and a better "point of view".

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