Windows 7 in Video: Multi-Touch and Wireless Display Features
CIO.com's Shane O'Neill visited Microsoft and left with video of Windows 7 multi-touch and wireless PC-to-TV display tools.
Eye on Microsoft
By Shane O'Neill, CIO
On a trip this week to the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash., I was fortunate to spend time with the Windows group and play around with spanking new Windows 7 laptops.
My tour guide was Ben Rudolph, senior manager of the Windows Marketing Communications group, who walked me through some of the latest and greatest Windows 7 hardware as well as some interface features.
A slideshow of Windows laptops is in the works, but until then enjoy these two video clips spotlighting Windows 7 multi-touch features on a customizable powerhouse laptop from iBuyPower and a demo of wireless display technology in Windows 7 (developed by Intel and called Intel Wireless Display) that easily connects a laptop to a TV.
Windows 7 multi-touch features in Windows Media Center.
A demo of PC-to-TV wireless display technology with a Toshiba e205 Windows 7 laptop.