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Windows 7: Why the Office Labs 2019 video isn't just a video

03 Mar 2009   #1

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Why the Office Labs 2019 video isn't just a video

This past weekend, the blogosphere was abuzz over a video that Office Labs put together regarding what it foresaw for 2019. Many watched the video and happily criticized Microsoft because they believed none of it would ever happen, saying that while the video was entertaining, it was all just a big waste of time. It's not, and here's why. Yes, the video is very much out of this world, and I will be the first to agree that not everything in it will come out of the labs, but the key thing to know is that Microsoft is working on everything you see in the video.

So after you check out the video embedded below (this is the full version, most have seen the shorter one), also check out the PowerPoint slides that were used alongside the video that was displayed by Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft’s Business Division. This is more than just a marketing stunt; it shows that Microsoft has a vision that is motivating.

Full Story: Why the Office Labs 2019 video isn't just a video - Ars Technica

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03 Mar 2009   #2

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I see some of that happening. OLED and Microsoft Surface technology can lead the way for some of that stuff. Some of the stuff is outrageous.

Is there an HD version of that video since seeing some of the stuff they were doing is hard to watch in normal quality video.

I am especially eager to see Microsoft Surface make it mainstream, even though all you have to do is buy an HP TouchSmart which I am doing anyway.
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