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Casino debuts $10,000 touch-screen table


CNN,  Thursday, June 12, 2008 at 12:21:30 PM

Las Vegas--Microsoft Corp. and Harrah's Entertainment Inc. introduced a high-tech interactive bar table Wednesday that lets patrons order drinks, watch YouTube videos, play touch-screen games and even flirt with each other.

Harrah's CIO Tim Stanley uses the Microsoft Surface touch screen table at the Rio Hotel and Casino.

The tables offer Harrah's a new way to track its customers' habits and behaviors, adding to its sophisticated costumer rewards program that tracks users' gambling habits.

"Of all the goodies up our sleeves lately, this is one of the most dramatic," Tim Stanley, chief information officer of Harrah's, told The Associated Press.


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