Microsoft demonstrates touch productivity improvements on large screen devices

Microsoft demonstrates touch productivity improvements on large screen devices

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Microsoft's latest vision of the future includes spaces where users interact with giant displays. Apart from looking great, Microsoft believes the cost of these devices will drop significantly enough to make them commonplace in offices of the future. To enable productivity and increased interactivity between devices and these displays,...
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