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Smart Display is a battery-powered 10 or 15-inch wireless touch-screen LCD monitor devised by Microsoft and developed in 2002. It was first sold by ViewSonic in early 2003.
Smart Display connected to a PC over a wireless 802.11b connection. Input was either by a transcriber or pop-up soft keyboard. Some models came with a built-in PC, keyboard and mouse. Smart Display only worked with Windows XP Professional OS. It was discontinued in December of 2003.
The early code name for Smart Display was Mira.
Smart Display had several problems: