Samsung's SUR40 with Microsoft PixelSense Open Businesses to New Possibilities
Samsung Malaysia Electronics has just announced a partnership with Microsoft to offer a new surface computing device, named SUR40, with Microsoft PixelSense to give businesses a new tool to create new and innovative interactive experiences.
The new surface computing device utilized Microsoft’s PixelSense technology by transforming each pixel into a camera that as a result, turns it into an incredibly large tablet device capable of recognizing up to 50 touch points. In addition to this, the unit also comes with a large pane of Corning Gorilla Glass to protect the 40” Samsung LCD panel underneath.
With a combination of Microsoft’s Surface technology and Samsung’s display panels, the SUR40 is a large, thin display that is capable of recognizing fingers, hands and other objects too.
“As methods of interacting with consumers and managing information constantly evolve, technology becomes one of the crucial factors for businesses to adapt to the changing environment. The introduction of Samsung SUR40 with Microsoft PixelSense enables organizations to better communicate, collaborate, and connect with their customers and employees to achieve business growth and outcomes,” commented Kwon Jae Hoon, Managing Director, Samsung Malaysia Electronics.
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