How Has Surface Changed?

by George Chetcuti [Published on 21 Dec. 2011 / Last Updated on 21 Dec. 2011]

The latest 40 inch Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface takes the touchscreen technology to new levels. The 40-inch touchscreen can feel 50 'touches' at once, including pens, pointers or anything else placed on the table unlike other devices that can only feel fingers. The new Full HD screen has a high-powered Windows PC built in, which features some exciting changes such as, a richer visual and touch experience, there is no need for a keyboard and mouse for setup and configuration, more customization options, easier remote administration and streamlined development for touch.
The Microsoft Surface platform makes development easier with applications for Windows 7 that run on Windows Touch devices and with enhanced capabilities on the Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface.
Read more about Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface here:
http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en/us/whatissurface.aspx

 

The latest 40 inch Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface takes the touchscreen technology to new levels. The 40-inch touchscreen can feel 50 'touches' at once, including pens, pointers or anything else placed on the table unlike other devices that can only feel fingers. The new Full HD screen has a high-powered Windows PC built in, which features some exciting changes such as, a richer visual and touch experience, there is no need for a keyboard and mouse for setup and configuration, more customization options, easier remote administration and streamlined development for touch.

The Microsoft Surface platform makes development easier with applications for Windows 7 that run on Windows Touch devices and with enhanced capabilities on the Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface.

Read more about Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface here:

http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en/us/whatissurface.aspx

 

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