Microsoft Introduces Multi-Touch Laptop

Following right on the heels of Microsoft’s Surface Table, the folks at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK, have developed a prototype of a multi-touch laptop. Here’s a short video from Steve Hodges, Manager of Microsoft’s Sensors and Devices Group, presenting his new toy. Enjoy the show!

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6 Responses to Microsoft Introduces Multi-Touch Laptop

    • Not quite in Redmond, friend.

      I quote the article we refer to:

      "Following right on the heels of Microsoft’s Surface Table, the folks at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK, have developed a prototype of a multi-touch laptop."

      Note that "the folks at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, U.K" developed this advanced display, not Redmond, WA, U.S.A.

    • Not quite in Redmond, friend.

      I quote the article we refer to:

      “Following right on the heels of Microsoft’s Surface Table, the folks at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK, have developed a prototype of a multi-touch laptop.”

      Note that “the folks at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, U.K” developed this advanced display, not Redmond, WA, U.S.A.