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Microsoft has posted up a video on its Office YouTube channel that shows how people can mount the company's 82 inch touchscreen from Perceptive Pixel on a wall, along with a 55 inch version.
We got to check out Neowin.net on a massive 82 inch touch screen from Perceptive Pixel, the company that was recently acquired by Microsoft and is now part of their Office division.
Microsoft has confirmed it has closed the deal to acquire the large touch screen hardware company Perceptive Pixel. The company will now be a part of Microsoft's Office division.
Microsoft has announced that it has acquired Perceptive Pixel to help scale up touchscreen technology and showed off the technology on an 82in touchscreen device.
Microsoft showed off the Windows 8 Consumer Preview build at its press event today on a massive 82 inch touch screen that was created by Perceptive Pixel.