Not sure why they waited until the end of the business day on the west coast to make such a major announcement, but Microsoft is officially in the tablet game.
The company unveiled its new tablet computer they’re calling Surface, featuring a 10.6 inch HD screen. It runs either Windows RT or Windows 8 – the RT version measures just 9.3 mm thick, while the Windows 8 version runs a bit thicker at 13.5 mm.
But perhaps the coolest feature is the magnetic cover that doubles as a keyboard. The device also features a pop-out kickstand. Check out this demo video to see how it works….
There are still a few big questions after today’s debut – how does it handle in action? When will it be available for purchase? And how much will it cost?
Check out the company’s official promo video for the device…..
Here are some of the Surface writeups from those who were able to see it today…..
This high end corporate image video production was produced for APL sales teams across the globe to use during sales presentations and as a leave behind promotional piece. It is also featured on all APL websites. The video production highlights footage shot at 6 locations across the US and China – including an aerial shoot [...]
This promotional video production highlights Qvidian’s new Playbooks application, which enables sales teams the ability to choose the right playbook in order to have the best chances for winning the deal. The video production features live action scenes shot in a warehouse office space in Boston, MA combined with unique tracked motion graphics on brick [...]
This fully animated production promotes Nutri-Vet’s Skin Care Supplements for dogs with a custom SolidLine developed character named Dr. Wellington. The spot is available to view online and at Pet Smart and other pet stores nationwide.
"I showed the simulation study video to our study faculty last week. There was an overwhelming response (3 people came up and told they had gotten chills when watching it!). I also had requests to show it again during the break. Just wanted you to know that we all think it's great. Thank you!"
Jennifer Hayden, Simulation Study Projects Director NCSBN
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