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[Discuss] 4K monitors

On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 10:44:32AM -0500, Shirley M?rquez D?lcey wrote:
> Interesting take, Dan. The more expensive Lenovo (the one that is also
> a touchscreen Android device) does pivot all the way from horizontal
> to vertical, so it looks like a first pass at your concept in a
> smaller size. That one isn't due until summer.
> Did you ever get to play with the original Microsoft Surface? Not the
> tablet that now bears that name, the tabletop device that is now
> called PixelSense. They have a couple of them over at the N.E.R.D.
> That isn't pivotable, but it does have the tough waterproof tabletop
> thing down.

I've used them a couple of times. Montreal Science Center has
them running a multiplayer game. The dpi (and thus overall pixel
count) isn't high enough to do serious work on, but it lends
itself well to gaming and dashboard-style apps.


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