The first Microsoft Surface teaser. Surface, Microsoft's first surface computer, provides effortless interaction with digital content through natural hand gestures, touch and physical objects.
looks cool but must be ALOT of money
one limb out of every pair that your body has. This is way beyond arms and legs.
yeh this does look extremely cool! obviously gonna cost alot lol, but hey maybe some of this mite be put into the next windows, which well wont cost as much as that.
HEY LOOK, its a giant iphone.
I would rather have this than an iphone
the iphone can't detect what's been put on it's surface. It can scan data into it. and the iphone just sucks, I've seen no interest for it, everyone would rather get a blackberry.
....yeh right! iphones arnt appealing, this is really appealing.
has there been any announcement of this having anything to do with the 360?
No, it probably won't have anything to do with gaming this gen, but maybe next with the 720 or something. It would be very cool though.
i think they are trying to sell this to hotels and restaurants... i don't think it is geared towards normal customers yet
i agree with eques judicii. this isnt something that normal customers could afford, but i can deffinatly see it being in hotels etc.
I'm wondering where I could buy this. I would spend some money for this type of thing (5k seems good enough for me).
I'm pretty sure I read that it will be available to buy (for the public) in around three years. It will be available to businesses in november.
i read somewhere it was going for 10k+ and is intended for businesses only for now...
I read an article about this in USA Today. It looks cool and all, but am I the only one who thinks it looks like a large modified tablet PC?
no you are not the only one... Many people can't tell the difference between a touch screen and a technology that's capable of knowing whether you are touching the surface with a pen or a penis. Also, many people will try transfering documents, pictures on a tablet PC by putting their phone on it... too bad it will not work.. tablet PC are not designed to work this way... ofcourse many of you can't tell the difference. Also, some of you can't tell the difference between a tablet PC and the Nintendo DS since they both have touch screen capabilities.
Looks pretty cool. Hey blade why do u have to come and put people down all the time why dont u just post your opinion on the topic?
I am not putting anyone down.. they putting themselves down. "but am I the only one who thinks it looks like a large modified tablet PC?" Do you actually believe he can not tell the difference between the two technologies and products? I believe it's just another attempt to undermind the product... just like many of you are already doing... and if he can't really tell the difference between both technologies.. then I am sure he will not realise I am being sarcastic. Besides if you look what I wrote.. it effectively point out that this is just not a tablet PC... which should be obvious don't you think?
You've got some anger issues man. Im not trying to 'undermine' anything, I was just saying that you could probably modify a tablet PC to achieve similar results. (With a combination of touchscreen, WiFi, and Bluetooth technologies) But where I think Microsoft has really done well is with the software that Surface uses, pushing it well beyond tablet PCs. Im just saying what I think, Im not trying to put down your favorite company's new gadget, so dont get mad.
That's pretty awesome, I would buy it if I had that sort of money.
with the way tech is moving, in about 4 years this will be old and maybe everyone will have one. (4 years after its actually released, not from now)
cool idea, hopefully MS can progress on this in the right direction.
cool idea, hopefully MS can progress on this in the right direction. <Double Post Sorry>
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