Samsung has announced that their new Samsung SUR40 system, designed to be used with Microsoft’s Surface, has from today been made available for pre-order. The new Samsung SUR40 is equipped with a 40-inch LCD multi-touch screen, sporting a 1080p, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 resolution.
The Samsung SUR40 uses PixelSense technology to enable the LCD display to recognise fingers, hands, and even objects placed on the screen. Allowing it to process the information immediately, using a maximum of 50 touch points simultaneously.
The Samsung SUR40 is just 4 inches thick and is powered by an embedded AMD Athlon II X2 Dual-Core Processor 2.9GHz paired with AMD HD6750M graphics card. The Samsung SUR40 is priced at $8,400 in the U.S. for the base unit and is available to pre-order in 23 countries worldwide, pricing outside the U.S. will vary based on country-specific duties, taxes and fees.
Businesses such as Dassault Aviation, Fujifilm and Royal Bank of Canada already have big plans for the Samsung SUR40 and are expected to install Samsung SUR40 devices in locations around the world early in 2012.
Source: SamsungFiled Under: Design News, Hardware, Technology News