Looking inside PixelSense

I have just opened the cover of a Samsung SUR40 and here is what I saw.

I have to warn you that if you open the cover of your SUR40 unit you may void the warranty.

I'm getting ready to install Windows 8 on the SUR40 in a really safe way. More post will come in the next days…

SUR40-1Looking inside a SUR40 – side a

 

 

SUR40-2Looking inside a SUR40 – center view

 

 

SUR40-3Looking inside a SUR40 – side b

Comments (2) -

JBerg
2/5/2013 4:48:28 AM #

Looking forward to hearing about your progress.  As someone who has invested a lot in the SUR40, the fact that Microsoft has not unveiled an upgrade path to their touch based operating system on (what was one year ago) their flagship touch device, is extremely frustrating.  I hope you are having some success and am also interested in seeing what hardware safeguards or improvements you seem to have made.  Thanks and keep us posted.  Jon

Gian Paolo
2/5/2013 8:07:43 AM #

Hi Jon and thank you for your feedback.
On the Surface Application Design and Development I started a discussion "Windows 8 user experience on large format displays and the Surface SDK" social.msdn.microsoft.com/.../29c33718-a190-4c71-ad7a-5646346a24e8    more+1 we will have on this discussion the more chances we will have to see the Surface SDK on Windows 8 / RT

 

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