Samsung SUR40 Technology
Microsoft, in partnership with Samsung, announced the Samsung SUR40 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2011, and it became generally available in January 2012.
Working in collaboration with Samsung Electronics, Microsoft has developed a fresh experience in a new, thin design with powerful vision-based capabilities in an LCD screen. Known as the Samsung SUR40 with Microsoft Pixelsense, it can be used as a table, on the wall or embedded in other objects and it can support more than 50 simultaneous inputs.
Key Features of the SUR40 …
- Slim – 4” deep
- Full HD display, larger screen
- PixelSense Technology
- Supports Windows 7
- Gorilla Glass
As a Premier Partner, and with our skills and experience on the Microsoft platform, we are ideally placed to develop solutions for delivery, only on the Samsung SUR40 but also on Kinect for Windows, Windows Phone and Windows 7 as well as the new Microsoft Surface Windows 8 devices.
The New Samsung SUR40 Software Platform supports Windows 7 Professional, and the SDK builds upon:
- Embedded Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
- .NET Framework 4.0
- Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) 4.0
- Microsoft XNA® Framework 4.0
- Windows PowerShell and DMTF DASH support