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Future Computer by Jakub Záhoř

Future Computer by Jakub Záhoř
Future Touch Tech This concept computer-of-the-future by designer Jakub Záhoř allows the user to operate the device anywhere they can find a glass surface. The user simply attaches the central unit to any glass surface like a window or coffee table, switches on the power, and watches their system light up before their eyes. Designer: Jakub Záhoř Related:  Computer Geek

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Raphaël—JavaScript Library Eso de Twitter en España 2012 Windows 8: features, screenshots, and everything else you need to know It finally happened! On Wednesday, we finally got a glimpse at what Microsoft has in store for its next version of Windows and how it plans to compete in the tablet market. Yes, after months of some leaked screenshots and rumors, Redmond finally showed an early preview of what's now codenamed Windows 8 -- or what is perhaps better thought of as a mashup of Windows 7 and Windows Phone 7. One OS Let's talk for a second about this new version of Windows and what kind of devices it's meant for. We're going to get into the specifics of that new "layer" or "shell" below, but Sinofsky and Angiulo stressed that while Windows 8 has been optimized for touch and tablets, it's also meant for "hundreds of millions of computers." It's a bit confusing since much of the new UI is meant for finger input, but Angiulo showed a brief demo of it working on some regular laptops and how you'd use a mouse and some keyboard shortcuts to navigate the touch interface. Lock screen Start screen Apps Keyboard(s) Timing

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