Surface (PixelSense) | Microsoft
Microsoft has rebranded its original Surface massively multitouch technology as PixelSense, formerly only the name of the optical sensor it used, after launching the Surface line of tablets.
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Razorfish has demonstrated its vision for the future of fashion retailing, and it involves leveraging various Microsoft products such as Kinect and Surface into a synergistic whole.
Microsoft's second-generation Surface tabletop, also known as Samsung SUR40 and on pre-order since November, is now shipping. The 40-inch multitouch LCD with Full HD, 1920 x 1080 resolution is protected by Gorilla Glass and features Microsoft's PixelSense technology.
It wouldn't be CES without a demo of Microsoft's Surface technology, but this year is a little different — it's very close to being an actual product. We took it upon ourselves to visit the Samsung booth to check out the Korean manufacturer's SUR40, which should be shipping this month.
ExoPC has revealed details of the upcoming EXOdesk, including custom software and more hints at a launch during CES in 2012. Suggesting that it will be a full HD tabletop computer with 10-point multitouch and 178-degree viewing angle, ExoPC is making some lofty promises.
Microsoft's next generation Surface is now available for pre-order.