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Microsoft Surface Hub: 84-inch 4K display powered by Windows 10




Along with the announcement of Windows 10, Microsoft also introduced the Surface Hub – an 84-inch 4K display that comes with a slew of features for workplace productivity and powered by Windows 10 OS.

The Microsoft Surface Hub is intended to be used in the workplace given its features. It comes with a touch screen display, integrated computer, two rechargeable pens, stereo speakers, built-in dual cameras, and its own stand and mount.

Workers can use the pens together with OneNote whiteboard to share ideas. In addition, the Surface Hub also allows remote participants for better collaboration.

Using the built-in cameras, workers can utilize Skype for Business for their meetings. Just walk up to the Surface Hub to talk with colleagues online and share content. The Surface Hub also ships with Microsoft Office.

The Microsoft Surface Hub comes in two sizes – a 55-inch HD and an 84-inch 4K, and also features a variety of inputs including wireless projection, HDMI, NFC, Bluetooth, and ports to connect to peripheral devices.

source: Microsoft



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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4 Responses

  1. Easy E says:

    Good to see $MSFT still innovates, unlike others who pretends to innovate or those who just copy.

    • Jong2x says:

      Your move Apple.

    • eric jay says:

      haha naman!

    • Silverlokk says:

      As the article states, this is more for the workplace, and Apple, by itself, caters more to consumers.

      OTOH, their recent partnership with IBM does put them in the enterprise space, even if it’s likely that it’ll be IBM that will take the initiative in enterprise-oriented systems.

      Short answer: Apple isn’t likely to counter this

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