Microsoft Demos DigiDesk workstation of the future

A desk has never been so fascinating before, but not a lot of desks comes with a touchable surface and heads-up display. It's safe to say, Russ Burtner's desk kicks the crap out of every other desk out there, including those irresistible IKEA desks. Of course, this desk doesn't come disassembled or with an instruction manual, and there's only two in the world, but it's Microsoft Center for Information Work's latest innovation demoed at the Convergence 2007 conference in early March appropriately named "DigiDesk" - a Microsoft trend for giving cool products crap names.

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