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+ - Paper for iPad shows us what the Microsoft Courier could have been [video]->

Submitted by zacharye
zacharye (2330148) writes "In late 2009, a tablet concept in development at Microsoft set tech blogs aflutter. The device was code-named “Courier,” and it consisted of two connected touchscreens that folded open like a book. The slate was seen as a fantastic product that could serve as a digital notebook on top of a standard media tablet, but Microsoft would later confirm that work on the Courier was being discontinued. A new iPad app was made available this week that resurrects the spirit of the Courier however, and it’s easy to see why: the team behind Paper by FiftyThree includes several people who once worked on the Courier project at Microsoft..."
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Paper for iPad shows us what the Microsoft Courier could have been [video]

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