Microsoft to show Spherical Surface computer

During Microsoft's annual Research Faculty Summit in Redmond, the company will finally show off semi-publicly the spherical Surface computer that has been rumored for the past few months.Microsoft listed its “multi-touch Spherical display” as one of the demos that the company will show off during its DemoFest for conference attendees next week. It seems Microsoft […]

During Microsoft's annual Research Faculty Summit in Redmond, the company will finally show off semi-publicly the spherical Surface computer that has been rumored for the past few months.

Microsoft listed its “multi-touch Spherical display” as one of the demos that the company will show off during its DemoFest for conference attendees next week. It seems Microsoft has pulled the references to the spherical Surface from the list of DemoFest exhibits since it first published the agenda for the show.

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