Most of the talk about touch screen support for Windows 8 has been about tablets or notebooks. But what about something bigger? What about something much bigger? That's the claim from Wired.co.uk
, who says it has heard about an 80-inch Windows 8 touch screen that is currently being used in Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's office.
The claim comes from Microsoft VP Frank Shaw, who is quoted as saying, "Steve Ballmer has an 80-inch Windows 8 tablet in his office. He's got rid of his phone, he's got rid of his note paper. It's touch-enabled and it's hung on his wall." A few months ago at CES 2012, Sharp debuted its own 80-inch touch screen but Shaw claims the screen running Windows 8 in Ballmer's office was made by someone else.