20 Coolest Products From CES 2011

Microsoft Surface 2.0

Microsoft's biggest news at the show came by way of the software giant announcing that the next version of Windows would support ARM's microprocessors, but the company had some attractive products to show off, including the new and improved Surface 2.0. The multi-touch platform, coupled with display hardware from Samsung and embedded processors from AMD, was re-introduced at Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's keynote. The "gesture recognition" product now uses PixelSense Technology, which gives LCD displays the ability to see users without relying on cameras.


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