Microsoft has something nice brewing

and it’s not beer. It is the first of its kind in terms of a commercially read product; a new surface computer product, called the highly unimaginative, Microsoft Surface. The first sets of computers will be shipped in November to corporate customers.

Basically a surface computer is a huge touch screen monitor, but a thousand times better. Surface technology works “By using your hands or placing other unique everyday objects on the surface – such as an item you’re going to purchase at a retail store or a paint brush – you can interact with, share and collaborate like you’ve never done before.”

The surface computer will run on a 30″ tabletop and will open many more computing possibilities, but does it cost too much? Reuters says that it will cost up to US$10,000, but Microsoft does hope that the price will drop in the next three to five years after launch as they start to also launch it in different forms apart from a coffee table shape.

A good example of what Microsoft Surface could mean in everyday situations. They say to imagine sitting at a restaurant, when you place your drink on it, the computer then brings up information, “such as wine pairings with a restaurant’s menu.”

Their website they have launched to accompany the new product unveiling has been done quite well, imo.

Read the full question and answer article with Tom Gibbons online.


3 Responses to “Microsoft has something nice brewing”

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  1. 1 Microsoft Surface: “a big ass table” (video) « Gabriel Pollard Trackback on July 8, 2007 at 6.49 pm

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