Naturally, it's marked as "compatible" with Windows 7 so it shouldn't require any third-party drivers, but 3M will offer software for XP, Vista, and Linux users. Connectivity options include DVI and VGA, audio inputs, and USB ports (the display relies on USB for the touchscreen functionality).
Unfortunately, 3M hasn't discussed pricing or availability, but hopefully more details will emerge as CES progresses.
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