Microsoft’s Surface Table revolutionized the way we looked at computers and touchscreens. The company rebranded their technology as Microsoft PixelSense, and it went on to become a huge hit, spawning other innovations like the latest Surface Tablet.
The original Surface Table ran Windows 7, but now we have someone who has gone and updated his Surface to Windows 8. The latest operating system came out just a few days ago and Microsoft had designed it for touchscreen surfaces mainly, so you can guess how a Surface Table would look with live tiles all over.
The video is down below and you can see the guy flaunting his table surface with a whole lot of applications, and it looks really cool. He demonstrates a lot of stuff on the Surface, including some Photos app and games.
I loved the enlarged feel of Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja. Swishing you fingers across a wider surface does seem awesome.
Just imagine how much cooler it will be if you get it to pair it with your Xbox SmartGlass. Pair your Xbox 360 with your coffee table and use it as your second screen.