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7/10/2012 | 1:52:50 PM
re: Microsoft's New Ticket To Huge Touch Screens
Using that video game Kinect technology on the large screens is an awesome feature, along with multiple gesture touch, sounds like nothing but good stuff to me. The only down sideGă¬$80,000, really? That is a high price ticket even on the commercial level of business. I think that that based upon the success with the Kinect and how everything will be touch screen in the near future, they should offer a model for a cost that is affordable and units will move! Not to mention all the major players they have backing this product.

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7/10/2012 | 6:19:20 AM
re: Microsoft's New Ticket To Huge Touch Screens
I bet they will name it the Surface! (wait.. they already used that for their tablet... but wait, they already used that name too before for their table-top touch computer... *head explodes*)


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