Angiulo and Sinofsky used an 82-inch display to show some of the unique hardware concepts coming out of the development of Windows 8. This is optically bonded Gorilla Glass (Corning), with subpixel depth, Angiulo said. It's the size of a wall, but using touch, there's no lag, so you feel as if you're moving the Windows 8 tiles by hand.
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