That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

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Minority Report slowly comes into focus... | Attendees at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas go hands-on with a prototype 3M 46-inch touch-screen. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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That doesn't sound too new honestly. Microsoft had that huge table computer called the "Microsoft Surface" a few years back. The thing was a small fortune and extremely new for the time. You can find and play with them at Disneyland as well. So this isn't really anything new in any way, just being told it's "new" even though it's 4 years old. The video is it being demo'd at CES 2008.

New my ass.