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Microsoft’s Surface multitouch table hasn’t exactly gotten the popular approval of the iPad, but that doesn’t mean that it’s large form factor isn’t perfect for some really cool applications. The company MTS – DOC took the Surface and fitted it inside a variety of high quality tables, calling it the Multittouch Baroque Table. It’s made from oak, beech, cherry, maple, mahogany, larch, and other metal parts, with brass legs and a Windows 7-running computer. It’s main purpose is for libraries, museums and institutions as a cool way of having interactive information on books or art installations. You could buy one for yourself, though the pricing is unavailable — I’m sure it doesn’t come cheap.



Chris Gullo