Samsung Microsoft surface video
Samsung has teamed-up with Microsoft to revamp the surface, seen only in high-end shops and the odd office. We caught a glimpse of this ultimate tablet, the Samsung SUR40, at a preview in London. Announced back in CES in January this high-end partnership sees Pixel-sense technology injected into the surface. As with its predecessor it recognises fingers, hands and any other object you place on it but now it has 50 simultaneous touch point. But, don’t expect to see it in your local PC World or Curry’s, it’s priced at a wallet-quivering 8,400 dollars. If you do fancy a gander at it, Microsoft Store, Red Bull, Fujifilm, Sheraton Hotel and Resorts and a slightly further-afield Royal Bank of Canada are all said to be making use of the surface. For all the latest surface news, reviews and features, keep it locked to T3.com.