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What is a .NET powered device?

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Hello,

We are looking at deploying .NET powered terminal devices.  I know that .NET is not an O/S, but a framework running on some version of Windows.  I assume that when a company says their terminal device is "running on .NET" or "powered by .NET", this means they are running... what?  Windows CE with .NET framework?  

Secondly, where can I find information about programming such devices?  Would it be a stand-alone application downloaded onto the device, or would it be a ASP.NET application accessed via a browers?  Or either?

Hopefully this isn't too vague... I'm just looking to find more information.

Thanks!
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