Parallels Access lets you remotely run Windows and OS X desktop software from an iPad, as...

By Jos · 4 replies
Aug 28, 2013
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  1. Parallels is best known for its virtualization software that lets people run Windows from within OS X. Now the company is stepping into a different -- and much more crowded -- space with Parallels Access, a remote access solution for...

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  2. Jad Chaar

    Jad Chaar Elite Techno Geek Posts: 6,515   +974

    I think this is a great effort, but I think it should be $50 per year vs $80.
    wastedkill likes this.
  3. OliTheG

    OliTheG TS Member Posts: 61   +27

    So let me get this straight.

    You buy an iPad, then add £80 on top a year, and you get a stripped down, less powerful version OF A WINDOWS 8 TABLET?

    This is the crap that will be spewed from Fanboys everywhere. "OOOH. WINDOWS APPS. BETRERERRRR DAN SIR FACE AHAHAHAHHAHAHA wheresmywalletohitgotnickedohwellIhavenomoremoneyanyway"

    You need to spend £200 more, and you still get less, just a bit less.


    Moderator note: OliTheG, please do not shout.
  4. Ye spend £200 more then you cant use windows apps on a mac so your 1 missing out on the mac software you want and 2 why wouldn't you abuse the advantage plus if you cant afford £80 a year then why spend the money on a ipad if you wanted to get use windows software?

    If you really want a ipad with some windows software than parallels is amazing specially as can choose not to use windows dumbed down RT version or the way over expensive Pro tablet.

    If I had a ipad I would abuse this feature to my hearts content as its made to make things more simple you gotta be dumb to think its for windows fanboys.
  5. Mallok

    Mallok TS Rookie Posts: 22   +7

    An annual fee? Pass.

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