So I have gotten a couple of questions this week alone about how to display a Windows Mobile Device’s screen on your laptop’s screen for projecting to a group of people. There are two ways to do it. One is free and one costs money. J
The free option is:
Remote Display Control for Pocket PC
With the Remote Display Control application, you can display actions on a Pocket PC, including user input, remotely on the display of a desktop or laptop personal computer. This is a great tool for demonstrating the power of the Pocket PC to a large audience. It also allows developers to test their applications for the Pocket PC on a larger screen.
Remote Display Control uses TCP/IP, and it can work with ActiveSync connections via Ethernet or dial-up.
This download is intended for English Windows Powered Pocket PC only.
The pay option is:
View and control your Pocket PC/Smartphone from your desktop, using your desktop screen, keyboard and mouse. Enter data at high speed using your desktop keyboard
Enlarge or shrink the Pocket PC/Smartphone screen to suit your taste
Create recordings suitable for software training or demonstrations
View your Pocket PC in a skin. Skins for most Pocket PCs are available
Microsoft has a site license for Soti.net’s application, so I use it. The skins look AWESOME when you skin the emulator, so it looks just like your PDA.