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(From Taiwan Economic News)
Taipei, Jan. 15, 2003 (CENS)--Microsoft Taiwan, the local subsidiary of the American software giant, on January 13 demonstrated its Chinese-language version of the Windows Powered Smart Displays (formerly code-named 'Mira' devices). First introduced in January 2002 at the Consumer Electronics Show in the U.S., Smart Displays let users access their PCs using remote, wireless-enabled displays. The products are based on Windows CE .NET, Wi-Fi, and Microsoft's Remote Desktop technology
Microsoft Taiwan also demonstrated the Chinese-language WinCE for Smart Displays software at the same event, following a demonstration of the English …