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11-27-2010 @ 2:22PM
I'd probably use this, as long as I could do the following:Have the system capture only one monitor; set a virtual monitor on my system, place WoW on it and have the application output only the display for the virtual monitor. Then have the computer set to accept multiple mouse and keyboard inputs, so that the system could be used for other things without interfering with the WoW time. While thats a bit of a stretch, it could probably workAlternatively, the one easier method is to get a slightly dated desktop or build a low power "headless" desktop with a decent graphics card and just remote into it for gaming. The advantage of the first option of course being I don't have to use another computer for it. Either way this application looks pretty cool. Shame I didn't pop by in time to comment and enter the contest. Either way, I might buy it if I ever get an iPad.
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