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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