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Downloaded and installed Splashtop XDisplay (2.99 GBP) on the iPad (Thanks, Tim!) and connected to W7 PC via Splashtop Streamer (free). Works very well - a bit stuttery, but there are 3 other PC's connected to our (family) hub. Here's a photo of the iPod with Plan-G displayed on it, with the main monitor behind showing FSX: I've also undocked the New View from FSX and moved this onto the iPad - seems fine. I'm working towards an iPad display of the basic instruments leaving the FSX VC or external view on the main monitor. I'll report progress... I think I've arrived in the 21st Century...
Of interest to those flying PMDG and iFly 737's who own iPads: Quick note re: Virtual CDU - a new version has been released (April 18th) for use on the iPad. Unfortunately, I can't comment on it because it will only work if your iPad is running ios6. Mine won't be running ios6 until I get back to Canada. Here's the URL https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/virtual-cdu/id634731446?ls=1&mt=8
Being the proud owner of an iPad, now (Welcome to the 21st Century! - Ed) I'm wondering whether I can 'connect' it to FSX. I've found AirTrack (link and wondered if any of you iPad boffins had views on this, or similar app. My aim would be to have some instruments displayed on a separate screen with the option of control inputs (gear up/down, flaps, etc). Any advice and help gratefully received - Thanks! Cheers - Dai.