'Surface' may surface in 4 cities tomorrow

Microsoft's touch-screen tabletop PC will reportedly be shown at AT&T stores in New York, Atlanta, San Antonio, and San Bruno, Calif., just south of San Francisco.

Playing poker on Surface

In case you missed its one-night gig at Caesars in Vegas last month and are still dying to see it, Microsoft's "Surface" is reportedly scheduled to make a debut in four cities today.

Already delayed for months and still a pipe dream for consumers (until at least 2011 ), the company plans to display the much-anticipated touch-screen tabletop computer at a handful of AT&T stores in New York, Atlanta, San Antonio, and San Bruno, Calif., just south of San Francisco, according to Boy Genius Report. The exact addresses are listed here.

Unfortunately if you wanted to use it to order wine , you may have missed your chance.

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