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Old 07-02-2007, 06:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Microsoft Surface - A new way of interacting with digital media

For anyone who doesnt know about microsoft surface, well its pretty much the coolest thing ive seen in a while.

a 30" Table, thats touch screen, were you can manage all your photos, order food etc etc ... its much cooler than my description.

Microsoft Surface

Seriously if you don't know, its really worth checking the videos out.

A demonstration video,( very clever )
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Repost!!!!
sad part is, is that its one month old
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Old News Is So Exciting.


So lets start RANDOM PICTURE THREAD MARK II!!!!!

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Ok . ooo i was banned when this was posted, most likely. O yeh harper, ive started that bleach guy btw .

Lokzorz teh thread, or Random Thread MKII, the choice is yours mods...
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This thread was tainted with the evil of Tom Cruise. Even Oprah can not defeat him!
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.What was wrong with that immage trotter? I am only asking out of intrest.
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