Glenn Derene of Popular Mechanics gives us a first look at Microsoft’s “Surface” technology, codenamed “Milan”. Video after the break.

One of Gattis’s consumer pain points is the frustrating mess of cables, drivers and protocols that people must use to link their peripheral devices to their personal computers. Surface has no cables or external USB ports for plugging in peripherals. For that matter, it has no keyboard, no mouse, no trackball — no obvious point of interaction except its screen

Glenn Derene of Popular Mechanics gives us a first look at Microsoft’s “Surface” technology, codenamed “Milan”. Video after the break.

One of Gattis’s consumer pain points is the frustrating mess of cables, drivers and protocols that people must use to link their peripheral devices to their personal computers. Surface has no cables or external USB ports for plugging in peripherals. For that matter, it has no keyboard, no mouse, no trackball — no obvious point of interaction except its screen