Microsoft's enhanced Windows SideShow PC gaming concept confirms; you can never have enough displays

Microsoft is now trying to breathe new life into Windows SideShow by illustrating some interesting applications of the platform to PC gamers. A research study conducted by Microsoft earlier this year shows gamers are keen on a small Windows SideShow-powered touch-enabled and rotatable widescreen display to the tune of about 6.4-inches attached to the side […]

Microsoft is now trying to breathe new life into Windows SideShow by illustrating some interesting applications of the platform to PC gamers. A research study conducted by Microsoft earlier this year shows gamers are keen on a small Windows SideShow-powered touch-enabled and rotatable widescreen display to the tune of about 6.4-inches attached to the side of a monitor. If that wasn’t enough, it’s also suggested the display be connected via WiFi or Bluetooth so you could place it wherever. Since, Microsoft has ran with the idea showing how such a screen can benefit gamers.

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