Interactive tables help hotel guests plan their stay

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Earlier this year we wrote about the use of interactive surface technology in New York's Adour wine bar, and now guests at Sheraton Hotels can use similar technology to access local information. Deployed just last week in Sheraton's Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Seattle hotels, Microsoft's Surface technology provides instant access to local tourist highlights. With a 30-inch display in a tablelike form that several guests can use at once, Surface features an intuitive user interface that works without a traditional mouse or keyboard to let people interact with content and information in a natural and familiar way.…

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