6295 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 16, 2010 5:33 PM by Camden Jared Narzt
I use iDisplay. It allows your mac to wirelessly detect the iPad as a second screen. It is a little slow (it is wireless after all) and both devices must be connected to the same wi-fi network. It has a lot of bad ratings, but they are mostly from people that don't know how to properly set it up of haven't followed the instructions. Either that, or I'm just lucky
There are a few VNC apps that could be used, but I haven't tried them.
Since you want them to be able to interact you need a VNC client APP, this is the main reason that the iPad will change the computer market (eReader hah!) The apps available don't have many/any reviews that I've seen but I've heard good things from others on the forums (I'm Canadian so I have no way to say).