Microsoft Surface

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Trax, May 30, 2007.

  1. .infeQion

    .infeQion Well-Known Member

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    its interesting to see, but i have a hunch it won't do well. I totally agree with what Marforce, Havoc and xelink had to say. Microsoft is getting way too far ahead of themselves..
     
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    yeah. its some kickass tech but its not terribly practical as is.



    but its definitely not a phone...
     
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    Microsoft has just taken existing technology, and put it into a table. Not that I don't like it. It looks cool, and if Microsoft play their cards right they could make a huge profit on it.
     
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    I think it will do very well. Many businesses have already ordered them.
     
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    Very interesting.
    How tough is the screen?
     
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    somebody already posted this, its wicked sick

    the screens probably water proof
     
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    I think this would actually be very helpful. Have you ever had a time you wanted to show someone a picture off of your digital camera and first you have to get the cord, then plug it in, open it(can take a minute or two), and then sometimes you must resize it too. If you had tech like this you could just put the the camera on the table, touch the pic, and resize it and it would take a minute at most. It definatly be a gaming machine, I wouldn't want to sit on a chair or couch for hours playing a game on a table, but on the computer or a gaming system. This will work more for the everyday working person, but it will help the resteraunts and offices that use it.
     

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