I vote the more mobile friendly the system is, the better. The android tablet was a great improvement (though needs some work, doesn't work well with all cameras). I long for the day when I am no longer climbing ladders with a laptop or connected via phone over RDP back to a desktop to dial in a camera.
The product manager, Jen P, told me (at ASIS 2013) that 7.5 would deliver iOS and android with a complete rewrite of the code for both. Delivery of 7.5 is 1st week of 2014 per same conversation. Jen confirmed release date about a week ago. We are waiting for the app too. We did load the 7.2 android app on the Cisco DX650 desk phone. Very cool indeed. Looks like we'll have to wait for Santa.
Yep I have my handy 6" Totevision for about 10 years now (talk about a workhorse!)
But couple things these days:
1) Motorized focus and zoom, as well as my favorite button named "auto focus" necessitate a laptop or remote connection to a PC connected to the system
2) On the newer models once the camera is managed by the VSM the analog connections are disabled
So I can't shake the need to be "in the system" to dial in cameras. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing but good things to say about "why" I have to be in the system (again love that autofocus).
But it would be a very rich improvement to be able to use basic photographic controls from my Nexus 7 (which fits in my back pocket) or an iPad rather than climbing a ladder with a Lenovo laptop in tow.
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