Anyone already with an iPhone, Touch, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air will find this pretty familiar already, but Microsoft seems to be making a concerted effort to step over the smoldering embers of the burnout called Vista and move forward with their future iteration of Windows, incorporating multi-touch tech first shown in their Surface table computer. Looks cool, though in some instances, it's more of a show pony solution rather than the workhorse usability we'd want when manipulating a UI (multi-touch seems to make more sense for smaller handheld devices than full sized laptops or monitors, for ergonomics and ease of use).

[via All Things Digital]