Mary Jo Foley is reporting about a prototype spherical Surface being demoed around Microsoft recently. If true, it would line up with Steve Balmers recent comments about taking the Surface to a more consumer friendly market.
I’m not totally sure how a round Surface would play out, but it certainly sounds fascinating.
From Mary Jo Foley:
Microsoft hasn’t been talking as publicly about even more offbeat Surface form factors, such as a sphere. But sources say the company is showing a spherical Surface prototype around campus lately.
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