Early this year, Microsoft in collaboration with Samsung have shown off the Samsung SUR40 at the 2011 International CES in Las Vegas. Following the enunciation is the wide approval of consumers for the said Pixel Sense technology that allows the LCD display to immediately process, interpret and recognize objects that will be touched on the screen.
Amazingly, Samsung SUR40 is a genius 40in HD electronic table that is fully-embedded with computer features such like the combination of 2.9GHz AMD X2 Dual-Core Processor and AMD Radeon HD 6700M Series GPU. This feature provides profound processing power and excellent graphics. Add to its features is Microsoft’s Surface 2.0 SDK, a multi-touch operating system that allows manipulation of digital media that is impossible to any other platform. Moreover, it advantage of using the capabilities of Pixel Sense technology means that it can allow multiple users to have an input with this system either by hands or using a stylus.
Furthermore, the specification of this product includes a thin and clear display of 1920 x 1080 resolution with 300cd/m2 brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio. It also has a maximum power consumption of 230W. It weighs 36.6 kgs with a specific dimensions of 1095mm x 102.5mm x 707.4mm.
Truly, the collaboration between Microsoft and Samsung has given us another view and experience of true collaboration. With Microsoft’s Surface Pixel Sense technology and Samsung’s LCD display technology users can now share and explore together their experiences in one platform.
Samsung SUR40 is available for shipping this fall for only $8,600.
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