This awesome table runs Windows 10 IoT

Windows 10 on a table is something we've been super interested in. In fact, we're so interested in the idea, we went out and got ourself a decade old Surface Table just to put Windows 10 on it! Today however, we had a chance to go hands on with a much newer table, powered by Windows 10 IoT, a streamlined version of Windows 10 for the "internet of things".

This new table is a lot less bulky than the older Surface Table, with a much bigger and higher quality screen. Like the Surface Table however, this table has been designed for retail scenarios like restaurants, with a UI that works on both sides of the table, again similar to the Surface Table and its UI.

The IoT table retails for around $15,000, which is not cheap. We're still several years away from there being consumer-facing tables that anyone can go pick up running Windows 10. This table specifically is running Windows 10 IoT, with a custom app interface that has games, cool tricks and more.

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Zac Bowden
Senior Editor

Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

  • Just curious Zac
    What are you gonna do with the other table you bought earlier this year??
  • Now, all we need is a Surface Pocketable Table with telephony capabilities.... It will be called the "Surface Table Phone"
    I'm going to do this on every article, from now on...
  • Imagine the folds on THAT screen. =P
  • Yay! Thanks, Rodney!
  • The biggest problem I see with a table like this in a restaurant would be all the germs on the table from everybody else's fingers touching the thing. Especially kids. The restaurant would need to provide finger condoms.
  • If only there was a simple and convenient way of cleaning a surface between customers... something that might've been effective at cleaning for hundreds of years... If only such a thing existed. If only...
  • I'm not sure about you but every time I'm at a restraunt I see kids wallering all over the tables any way. Many times everyone touches a table with their hands, elbows or even puts their phone on it. Your phone might as well be a toilet seat with as often as many people clean those... In my opinion, this just gives wait staff a reason to actually wipe them down since it will distract from the visuals with this type of table. As it stands now you're lucky to get a quick wipe down with an old dirty rag.
  • My mate actually built his own table with a massive screen, and a mini-pc built into the underneath. Kinda cool actually but limited application - great for screen savers, tactical games, map displays, but too flat for reading etc.
  • This would be an interesting concept for Dungeons and Dragons and other tabletop games.
  • D&D on a digital table you say 🤓 ?
  • Cool
  • who makes this id like info on it
  • kodisoft
  • Nice concept 
  • "Table as a service"... Hmmm.
  • Nice technology but the cleanliness part will be key. Not with some dirty old rag