Originally Posted by Zues532
You could give Splashtop a try.
I can't speak for how smoothly it would stream media, but I know that the two devices do not need to be on the same network.
Thanks for the suggestion, however I'm looking for something more along the lines of Skifta or Qloud Media that organizes media as a file manager would.
I've actually experimented with Splashtop Remote HD in the past when looking for a remote desktop client. However, it's lack of support for external inputs steered me away from it.
For a remote desktop client, I settled on Jump Desktop. This was the only client I could find offering custom resolution, right-click, external input, and two-finger scrolling support from both inside and outside the host machine's network by running a streaming client on the host machine. It's done an excellent job at turning my ASUS Transformer with mobile dock into a full-blown netbook regardless of what network I am connected to.
Originally Posted by cww516
I *think* you can configure TVersity so you can access your stuff from outside your network, not positive on that, though.
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll look into that option.