Fastest way to Convergence on Nexus 4?
Lucky me! I am my own best lab rat.
Due to strange circumstances related to work, I found myself losing my main computer for a work computer. (Thought I could side load a USB-drive system, but this happy little machine is locked from switching BIOS parameters so that's not happening.)
Then I remembered that Convergence is clunky, but workable on Nexus 4 (I don't have high requirements-- almost everything I do is browser based). So I need a slimport. Is there anything else I should know about? Anyone have success with dual monitors on this? (I don't expect it-- I'm a single screen user but now I have two HDMI monitors, so it would just be a bonus.) Anyone with experience with this, let me know! Thanks in advance.
@totalrando Yes you need a slimport adapter and bluetooth keyboard and mouse for a better experience. I don't think any phone even the current ones support multiple external displays so obviously not as well on the Nexus 4
I have only experience with Nexus 5 which is a bit better than Nexus 4. It's fine but it isn't good enough yet for actual desktop use. I think the 2GB of RAM is the limiting factor especially for web browsing since browsers/webapps takes a lot of RAM.
@kugiigi Thanks. Making do with what I have to, and will upgrade to a Nexus 5 soon. Just found myself without a computer, so a slimport and mouse/keyboard duo will be useful together.