Surface as interactive mirror monitor

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  1. andrea.giordano.k

    andrea.giordano.k New Member

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    Hello,
    I was wondering if it is possible to use a Surface as a second monitor and still being able to interact and use the touch capability.

    As example:
    I run an app on my desktop pc. On the surface I would like to mirror the display and being able to interact with the app using the tablet touch capabilities.

    Is it possible to do it with/without wired connection? Are there any limitations?

    Thanks in advance,
    Andrea
     

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