At the request of another user, I'm going to try this again. With a couple of pre-discussion statements.
We have been doing TS for decades. We have been VMimg Servers for years. We are now beginning to move TS customers to Windows 10 Pro hosted by Hyper-V.
This question has nothing to do with the design or deployment of a VDI solution.
When you deliver a physical demo of VDI to your customer or potential customer, who has absolutely no idea what the words Virtual, VDI, VM, Hyper-V, ESX, VMware, or any other word you are thinking of right now, mean..... What is your model?
What is your existing physical on site demo unit look like? What does it connect to?
The physical onsite demo for the customer cannot be a PC or anything that any normal end user would think is a pc.
It cannot be a laptop, or chrome book, or tablet, or ipad.
It must support 2 or more 23" LCD displays.
It must support a local printer, a local barcode reader, a local Driver License reader/scanner, a local utility meter reader, and an electronic signature pad.
The physical onsite demo for the customer must connect to local LAN resources for proof of concept.
In the final solution, there will NEVER be a cloud based solution for the customer, all connections and data must remain on site.
I don't give two hoots about your ideas on how to design or deploy a VM or VDI (call it whatever you like) environment. I only care about what you carry into a customer site to provide a demo of what will be at the users desk after their current PC goes in the dumpster.
You see, if you don't carry hardware into the customer site and set it up to show them, (because they have no idea what you are talking about), you may not have anything to add here...... and that's okay.
I am looking forward to comments from folks who provide this kind of a demo for their customers.