Microsoft Coffee Table PC

by on July 9th, 2007

Microsoft has been looking beyond the desktop for sometime now, but with the launch of “Milan,” the company is showing the potential for so-called “surface computiing” to revolutionize everything from retail kiosks to the common coffee table. At its core, Milan is a PC running Windows Vista, but don’t expect to use it with a keyboard and mouse. Instead, Milan uses a touch-sensitive display that enables multiple users to navigate the system’s interface. See how it works!

Microsoft Coffee Table PC

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