Ever wondered how the Microsoft Surface Hub works? Here’s a glimpse

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The Surface Hub isn’t Microsoft’s first TV (although it could be used as one), and it isn’t simply a Surface Pro scaled up to 84 inches. It’s an enterprise-focused collaboration tool designed for the meeting room.

The Surface Hub makes use of a giant touchscreen, array microphones, dual cameras and a lot more to help businesses work together naturally, even if team members are in different parts of the world. They can use services like Skype, OneNote, and OneDrive to collaborate and the addition of the Surface Hub Pen makes it easy to annotate on presentation slides and share notes.

Check out the how-to video above to see just how this giant PC works, and if you want to learn more about the Surface Hub, head over to our Surface (Hub) Hub for all the latest news! Do you think Microsoft should sell a consumer version of the Surface Hub, possibly entering the smart TV market? Let us know in the comments section below.