Microsoft has just unveiled the Surface Hub in the Windows 10 event.
Surface Hub is a totally new category of device which has been designed for group meetings or conference rooms. According to Microsoft, Surface Hub has been engineered to be inviting and engaging, making more productive.
The giant tablet/display is really awesome and powerful. The 85” 4K display with support for multi-touch and pen input is very suitable for group meetings. (55” display option also will also be available). Microsoft claims that this is the world’s fastest and largest capacitive touch screen display.
Surface Hub runs on Windows 10 which provides the new and amazing large-screen apps for group productivity. Microsoft slightly customized the Windows 10 interface for this monster display. Surface Hub comes with some cool productive built in apps such as Microsoft Office, Skype for Business and OneNote.
Moreover Surface Hub is designed with advanced touch capabilities which recognize up to 100 touch points with precision. That means for lots of people to use at once – it can detect all ten fingers from ten different people at once. You don’t interfere with each other, and you can change the colour of your ink or switch to the lasso or the eraser without affecting the other pen.
Microsoft Surface Hub offers a variety of inputs including wireless projection, HDMI, NFC, Bluetooth, and ports to connect to peripheral devices.
Quick Specs of Microsoft Surface Hub
- 55” or 85” beautiful 4K resolution display with 120Hz refresh rate.
- Advanced touch capabilities recognize up to 100 touch points with precision, allowing multiple people to interact with the screen simultaneously.
- Windows 10
- 4th Generation Intel Core i5 / i7 processor
- Dual side-mounted Full HD front facing cameras with wide array of advanced sensors
- Surface Hub comes with Microsoft Office, OneNote and Skype for Business
- Wireless Projection
- HDMI, NFC, Bluetooth and many ports to connect peripheral devices