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If you are willing to put up with less-than-stellar gaming performance at times and don't want to be tethered to your desk when playing games, you're likely to love Splashtop Remote. Its intuitive gesture-based controls make a tablet's touch interface feel completely natural during gaming. Splashtop also moves smoothly from the home to most business environments with its robust security, multi-user deployment and Active Directory support. With many remote desktop products failing to take Active Directory into account, Splashtop Remote is an exception that's surprisingly affordable. However, we did find some performance and user interface issues.

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Parallels Access vs. Splashtop: Microsoft Word Slapdown

Parallels Access vs. Splashtop: Microsoft Word Slapdown

December 17, 2014

Ultimately, both Splashtop and Parallels Access provide easy ways to access desktops remotely. However, Parallels Access is designed to optimize the remote viewing experience on mobile devices.

Splashtop “Handy” for iPad and PC User

Splashtop “Handy” for iPad and PC User

October 16, 2014

I’m on the road constantly as a traveling regional sales manager and need a way to access my Asus PC at home.

Splashtop – When “Usually” Isn’t Good Enough

Splashtop – When “Usually” Isn’t Good Enough

October 08, 2014

As a payroll specialist, I usually have my Dell Inspiron with me at all times. But sometimes there’s an emergency when I only have my phone.

Splashtop – Some “Lag” for this iPhone and iMac User

September 02, 2014

I normally don’t mess with remote access programs since I’ve heard the latency isn’t as good as it should be. However, I needed an application to remotely access my client’s computer and help him with his website.

“I Was Floored” by Splashtop Says iPhone User

August 19, 2014

I work in sales and use an Asus Transformer as my primary system for handling my business. I also use an iPhone and carry it with me wherever I go.