Friday, June 01, 2007

Hands on With 'Microsoft Surface': The Coffee-Table PC - News and Analysis by PC Magazine

PC Magazine reports: "Microsoft has been looking beyond the desktop for sometime now, but with the launch of 'Milan,' the company is showing the potential for so-called 'surface computing' to revolutionize everything from retail kiosks to the common coffee table. At its core, Milan is a PC running Windows Vista, but don't expect to use it with a keyboard and mouse. Instead, Milan uses a touch-sensitive display that enables multiple users to navigate the system's interface."

Hopefully one day I will be able to own one...
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