CompRemote Lite allows you to use your BlackBerry® PlayBookTM as a mouse for your computer. Useful for presentations, HTPCs, or just to look cool! (This program requires a small program to be installed on the remote computer.)
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Supported operating systems:
RIM BlackBerry OS 4.2, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.3, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.5, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.6, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.7, RIM BlackBerry OS 5.0
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