The advancements in technology just seem to be getting bigger and better, thus providing users with an entirely new, comprehensive medium to abridge their lifestyle. Having witnessed movable computing devices and sleekly packed communication tools, the sphere now welcomes something even more innovative. After divulging certain significant details on the massive EXOdesk way back in November, the highly avant garde EXPOC EXOdesk finally made its much awaited debut at the Consumer Electronics Show, 2012.
Although the maker had rendered a brief glimpse over the competitive peripheral, the interactive desk now receives some more interesting details for users who had their sights glued on the bulletin. The huge desk features an extensive range of widgets, virtual keyboard for typing in swiftly, and a lot more to experiment with. The ingeniously conceptualized EXOdesk, however, appears quite similar to a Microsoft Surface with distinctive attributes.
Enclosed in an enormous framework, EXOPC EXOdesk basically brings forth an unbelievable 40-inch touchscreen experience at the user’s fingertips. Though not much of the information is revealed on the hardware aspect, the device has already pulled off well in grabbing eyeballs from across the world. Designed aesthetically, the big tablet will enable users to seamlessly interact with their computer by the virtue of a super responsive touchscreen display. There will be ten points of touch and a custom user interface for enhanced user experience.
The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show has indeed been gathering a lot of attention for displaying an array of innovative, feature-rich devices from various segments. The computing solutions’ category nevertheless somewhere appears to have outweighed owing to the EXOPC EXOdesk and other great devices. According to some tipsters, the EXOPC will be catering to diversified needs by the virtue of two exclusive models – which are very well kept under the wraps for now.
One of them, however, is basically an external display whereas the other one comes equipped with a complete Core i7 computer running Windows 7 operating system. At the same time, applications which are designed specifically for the amazing EXOdesk, coded in HTML 5, will be made available through the EXOstore. Users will also be provided with musical instruments, virtual keyboards, board games and a news reader from the company who has already made an announcement about a number of planned programs.
The big interactive touchscreen table has already started sweeping many off their feet – starting with ViewSonic. After plunging into the tablet sector, ViewSonic now seems to stiffen the competition by having disclosed its own 32” device which looks akin to EXOdesk at the CES, 2012.
Nonetheless, we do not know if ViewSonic would ever be planning to sketch 32-inch models for the merchandizing purpose. The EXOdesk, on the other hand, is anticipated to start retailing for about $1,299 which is quite cheaper when compared to Microsoft Surface table. The touch-enabled panel running Windows’ latest operating system should be releasing somewhere towards the end of this year. So, let’s just wait and watch for the device that claims to refurbish our interaction with touchscreen tablets.