These apps are optimized for the larger screens of tablets and have either just hit the Android Market, or will be released this summer
The most robust of the remote control apps we've seen, this software has free and Pro versions. The $14.99 Pro variant provides additional connectivity and features optimization for enterprise users. The software uses Google's app engine to create a secure connection between devices and includes a touch pointer that overlays and moves across the screen with you, and acts in lieu of a mouse (it even supports right and left mouse clicks and scrolling). The software also supports connection protocols like RDP to connect to Windows-based machines (except Home editions); VNC (for Home editions of Windows, and Mac and Linux, too); and VMware View (for enterprise users). Coming this summer: Bluetooth mouse support via Android 3.1, multimedia streaming, remote printing, and mounting of local storage to your Windows desktop. Also coming: an in-app annual premium subscription to add more capabilities for $12 a year.