After four long years, Surface 2.0 finally arrives. This time round, it looks like the team have move the platform to utilise Windows 7 touch, and is collaborating with Samsung to make the hardware a bit more affordable (although at just over $7k, it’s still out of reach for most people). Interestingly, it looks like they’ve abandon the projector based technology, and moved straight into LCD screen with multitouch. This is not unsimilar to more recent approaches to multitouch tables and it’s good to see that Microsoft have embraced it.
The launch of Surface 2.0:
And the “cheesy” Surface 2.0 experience: