@kettch:I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab that does that - its a surprisingly useful thing to be able to do - especially if you have stuff stored all over the place (as we do).
The UI is also very intuitive.
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My TV supports PlayTo (DNLA) - Its a great feature sadly not directly supported by WMC (It should be). WMC is nevertheless still a great product if you have a TV Tuner(s) set up and a few XBoxes dotted around the house.
LG WP7 devices also support playto - it should really be a standard feature of WP7 IMO.
It can be frustrating when, as an IT person, you are denied technical input to a project that would benefit the Company you work for, simply because the business requirements don't allow for it and/or the business don't understand the potential benefit. (Yes, part of your job is to explain that benefit but you don't always get that opportunity and if you do it can be like pushing a rock up a hill backwards).
This is the time to go for a Starbucks and think about the Kinect SDK.
Interestingly when I set this up I got offered Jeff (Sandquist) as a potential contact (no idea why - don't recall exchanging emails but I guess there was something there somewhere). In any event I set up a new circle called 'Channel 9 Dudes' (for he is a dude) and added him to it. I don't envisage using Google+ in earnest but its always fun to play with new gadgets.
If you want in drop your gmail address below and I will either 1. invite you or 2. add you to the same circle.
No idea if there is any point to this.
OK, Otherwise known as the Surface SDK 2.0 - but the reference to "Windows Touch PCs" suggests that this might be a useful indicator for Windows 8?
NB All refferences in the documentation relate to Windows 7 as expected:
"Surface 2.0 applications also run on Windows 7 Touch computers."