With Samsung’s Microsoft Surface product, the SUR40, already available for pre-order, the company says its 1080p 40-inch “Optical Sensor in Pixel” LCD panels have gone into mass production. Those optical sensors help to more accurately interpret multi-touch input without interrupting display signals, offering a more fluid, interactive experience. Tempered glass overlaying the display supports 176 pounds of load and up to 50 touch points at once, which should be more than enough for a Pacific Giant Octopus or any jerk that leans on your $ 8K table. While the SUR40 is certainly a showcase device for these panels, it isn’t the only practical application — Samsung says it’s thin enough and light enough to wall-mount, and hopes to see it used by stock brokers, financial analysts and schools.
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