The new CPWI software that replaces Nexremote and offers a Windows equivalent of Stellarium dedicated to Celestron mounts should resolve many of these issues. I like it!
The only problem I have had during testing is that Windows Remote Desktop has struggled to wirelessly handle my 16 megapixel high resolution camera and graphics intensive CPWI when displayed 'end to end' in a 4k display system. But reverting to cat6a cable or dropping resolution to 1080p (if by WiFi) works fine.
CPWI creates a virtual hand controller in a manner similar to assigning such tasks to a Android/IOS tablet. However, "Imagers" should be fine with watching a 1080p display as that doesn't prevent them saving full resolution images for later post processing. However, EAA Observers may find this requires a cable solution if they want to observe in 4k UHD resolution, that is until wireless technologies catch up. I don't think this is an issue with native bandwidth as I have invested in the best 802.11ac wireless kit. I am ever more convinced it is a limitation of Windows Remote Desktop that perhaps can't handle the extra data and redraw the screens fast enough in 4K, as I said works fine at 1080p or via cat6a cable. But does provide an alternatuve to a long extension cable for HC. A Starsense auto-align works great with CPWI.
Edited by Noah4x4, 16 February 2019 - 04:57 PM.