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Microsoft Surface Tablet

  1. 1. MICROSOFT SURFACE TABLET
  2. 2. CONTENTS:  Introduction  What is Microsoft Surface? Models of Microsoft Surface - Microsoft Surface Windows RT Tablet - Microsoft Surface Windows8 Pro Tablet Surface Tablet Comparison with Apple ipad Who is using Surface today? Differences between Touch Screen and Microsoft Surface Advantages of Microsoft Surface Conclusion
  3. 3. Introduction : •Microsoft Surface combines Tablet and PC into a slim, powerful device,which offers desktop level performance in lightweight Tablet form-factor. •A tablet PC is a wireless, portable personal computer with a touch screen interface. •The tablet form factor is typically smaller than a notebook computer but larger than a smartphone. •The most common type of tablet is the slate style, like Apple's iPad or Microsoft's Surface.
  4. 4. What is Microsoft Surface? •“Microsoft Surface represents a fundamental change in the way we interact with digital content. •With Surface, we can actually grab data with our hands, and move information between objects with natural gestures and touch. •Surface features a 30-inch tabletop display whose unique abilities allow for several people to work independently or simultaneously. •All without using a mouse or a keyboard.
  5. 5. MICROSOFT SURFACE MODELS: •Microsoft designed two models of Surface Tablets. They are i. Surface for Windows RT Tablet ii. Surface for Windows8 Pro Tablet •The Windows RT version will be released together with the Windows 8 operating system in October 2012. •The Windows 8 Pro version is due to come 3 months later, may be it is released in January 2013.
  6. 6. SURFACE WINDOWS RT TABLET SURFACE WINDOWS 8 PRO TABLET The exterior of each one looks nearly identical, the innards expose major differences in architecture.
  7. 7. MICROSOFT SURFACE WINDOWS RT TABLET Operating System: Windows RT operating system Ports: microSD, USB 2.0, Micro-HD video, 2x2 MIMO antennas Front- and rear-facing "HD" cameras
  8. 8. Processor: NVIDIA Tegra-based ARM chip Weight: 676 grams Thickness: 9.3 millimeters Display: 10.6-inch ClearType HD capacitive touchpanel Battery: 31.5W-h I/O: microSD, USB 2.0, Micro HD Video, 2x2 MIMO antennae Software: Windows RT + Office Home & Student 2013 RT Accessories: Touch Cover, Type Cover, VaporMg Case & Stand Capacity: 32GB / 64GB Availability: "Around" the Windows 8 launch (fall 2012)
  9. 9. MICROSOFT SURFACE WINDOWS8 PRO TABLET Operating System: Windows 8 operating system Ports: microSDXC, USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort video Front- and rear-facing "HD" cameras
  10. 10. Processor: Intel Core i5 (Ivy Bridge) Weight: 903 grams Thickness: 13.5 millimeters Display: 10.6-inch ClearType Full HD (1080p) capacitive touchpanel Battery: 42Wh I/O: microSDXC, USB 3.0, Mini Display Port, 2x2 MIMO antennae Software: Windows 8 Pro Accessories: Touch Cover, VaporMg Case & Stand, Pen with Palm Block Capacity: 64GB / 128GB Availability: "Three months after" the Windows 8 launch this fall
  11. 11. Who’s using the Surface today? •Currently only commercially available and being used in the retail, hospitality, automotive, banking and healthcare Industries. • Current customers are AT&T, T-Mobile, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide.
  12. 12. Differences between Touch Screen and Microsoft Surface Single user Environment Multi user Environment Unable to recognize objects Able to recognize objects Unable to scan automatically Able to scan automatically Single touch Multi touch
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  14. 14. Advantages of Microsoft Surface •Designing made easier. •Time saving by eliminating many processes. •New and improved learning experience. •Camera calibration requires high precision. •Security and privacy issues. •Surface can’t sense pressure.
  15. 15. Conclusion:

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