What Does Smart Display Mean?
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.