Microsoft Surface 2.0 – An Exceptional Business Device Demo


With the new dimensions of business, Industry is becoming more technology centric and so the innovations. Demand is growing, challenges are getting stiff and turnaround time is shrinking. Among all such scenario devices are becoming more and more intelligent in order to cater the needs and requirements. Moving towards fourth generation, touch based technology is slowly dominating its presence in all the industry verticals.

Some time back, we have showcased Future of Touch Technology (a prototype concept), not too far from reality, and now its Microsoft, which is gearing up to drive the touch technology through its latest innovation – Microsoft Surface 2.0

Four inch thick, the latest version of Microsoft Surface was one of the biggest launch of recently held CES 2011. Running on full power Windows 7 and dual core processor with GPU from AMD, the new Surface 2.0 was one of the biggest attraction specially for business and commercial owners.  Though, few of the traits are quite similar to previous version ( Surface 1.0), the new PixelSense technology is what really takes the 2.0 version to the next level with a screen that can literally see what’s on it.

As Microsoft claims that the new Surface 2.0 will be an excellent media and outdoor marketing device for commercial and business places, here is an amazing in-depth demo which explains couple of interesting features to justify its need for business sector.


Microsoft is working with Samsung to ensure that no room for critics from hardware prospective. However, The new LCD architecture of Surface 2.0 has been built largely by Microsoft. The end product will be introduced to the market under the brand name of Samsung. Microsoft Surface 2.0, a multi-touch business screen, will be available in late 2011 with price tag of about $7,000 for a 40 inch screen. Here is another video which comes from CES 2011 while showcasing new Surface 2.0.


In bonus, if you want to know what exactly it can do for you, here is a brief commercial video on new Microsoft Surface 2.0 which demonstrates the usage in different industry and needs.


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