Check out this video about the EXOdesk being released in 2012 for $1299.
If you’ve played with the Microsoft Surface you’ve probably thought about this already. Once I saw flat screens I started to see the opportunity for flat screens embedded everywhere – on fridge doors, microwaves, circ desks, tables, exhibits, windowx, doors, and more.
This is just a tabletop computer, 40 inches of high definition space, where you can manipulate virtual objects by touching them and dragging them around. All it needs is a camera/scanner in place to convert hard copy to digital OCR to manipulate in the space. Anyway, I think this just gives a small taste of what your desk might look like in the future.
It doesn’t seem ridiculously expensive at a 2012 launch price of $1,299 compared to the recently announced price of Microsoft Surface 2.0, which is $8,900.