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Microsoft Surface is a software platform that is ideal for any scenario in which multiple users want to interact with a single large form-factor device, similar to a wide-screen TV. The focus of Surface is on creating real connections—whether it's connecting customers with information and each other, or connecting a device made for Surface to other devices. Using only their fingers or objects, such as loyalty cards or game pieces like checkers, users interact with a high-end graphical display that can be used as a table, on the wall, or embedded in other fixtures or furniture.
The following documentation provides more information about core administration tasks that you can perform with Surface software.
For additional information about the Surface software platform, or the PixelSense hardware that runs Surface software, see the following websites:
For information about Surface tablet hardware, see the following website: