Microsoft unveils the Surface Hub 84-inch Windows 10 device for the workplace

Microsoft Surface Hub

At the Windows 10 briefing event, Microsoft made many big announcements, and unveiled a giant new device for the office running Windows 10. The new device is called the Surface Hub, and it’s the next generation of Microsoft’s Perceptive Pixel, the new category of Surface is a massive 84-inch 4K display including support for pen and multi-touch gestures input.

Surface Hub is meant for business customers and conference rooms, but Microsoft says, it will be an affordable solution to help teams in the workplace to collaborate in a new way. The device features dual cameras, microphones, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity, and various other “advanced sensors”.

Surface Hub 55-inch and 84-inch

The basic idea of the Surface Hub is to have a device to collaborate, have meetings; interact with data on the screen using a stylus or your fingers, and share work with anyone.

It runs Windows 10, but it features a customized interface tailored for the device. It offers OneNote as the main app to draw and annotate, Skype video calls, you can run any Windows application, and other Windows 10 devices can connect easily.

Surface Hub (Microsoft pitch)

  • Best tool to create and brainstorm
  • Engage and productive meetings
  • New large screen Windows 10 apps
  • Designed for the modern workplace

The Surface Hub comes in two model: 55-inch and 84-inch, the giant Surface will be available later this year, and Microsoft hasn’t shared any details on pricing or technical specs.

For more information visit the official Microsoft’s Surface Hub website.

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