In targeting casinos, restaurants, and hotels, Microsoft knows it is barely scratching the surface of the demand for its tabletop computer. The company is convinced there is a mass market for an interactive touch-screen computer, but perhaps not in its current USD 10000 version. CEO Steve Ballmer told financial analysts last month that Microsoft had a plan to speed up the arrival of a consumer version of the tabletop computer Surface.
Consumer Version of Surface Could Hit by 2011
2008-03-27 Microsoft 8 Comments
As a famiy game board would be fun, the most expensive monoply game ever,
Edited 2008-03-27 19:19 UTC
It’s cool and everything, but wouldn’t it be an ergonomic nightmare for extended use? Hunching over a table all day would not make your back feel very nice, methinks.