Smart Display

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Smart Display

(1) A family of desktop computers from ViewSonic that support both Android and Windows. The machines run the Android OS and Citrix Receiver app that functions as a thin client to the Windows-based Citrix server. See Citrix XenDesktop and thin client.

(2) An earlier touchscreen that had a Wi-Fi connection to a Windows XP computer so it could be used in any room in the home or office. Introduced in 2003, it was originally code-named "Mira," meaning "look" in Spanish.
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With Intel XScale technology and Microsoft Mira, device manufacturers will be able to build innovative, smart displays and bring them to market quickly.