Using a laptop to completely control a desktop wirelessly in User to User Help Posted October 15, 2008 It sounds like you are looking for a remote keyboard-mouse-display setup (using, in your example, a laptop as the keyboard-mouse-display proxy). This would require special hardware at the "desktop" end of your "link" that doesn't exist today. Not to say that you couldn't design it, just that there isn't a product today that does this that I am aware of. The reason is that Windows Remote Desktop gives you essentially what you are asking for for free (it's already part of the OS). But, I admit that maybe I am misunderstanding what you want/need. Perhaps if you give an example of what you are trying to accomplish, we could provide more appropriate assistance. That is exactly what I want to accomplish. The main reason why I want it so particular is so I can make use of my video card in a short range portable way. I want to be able to play graphic intensive games and work on CAD away from my office room and in another room in the building if need be. Thanks for reading what I said. Ill keep my eyes out. I searched for a wireless port replicator too and toshiba designs them for like 3 of their laptops but thats about it. and it costs 500 dollars. Will windows remote assistance allow me to use the host's computers hardware if I launch a program from within it. Can the host be vista and the remote be xp?