Surface Hub 2 supports 4K cameras and lands in 2019

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The Surface Hub 2 is the latest version of Microsoft’s business collaboration computer. The company finally announced 2019 as its release year, but it did not detail any info on features and specifications. It’s not hard to guess that the machine will definitely be upgraded from its previous version which features 4th-gen Intel Haswell CPUs.

Surface Hub 2 supports tiling and rolling stands

The previous model had a 55-inch 1080p display, and the new one will probably boast a 50.5-inch display supporting 4K which is a massive improvement. The Surface Hub 2 will also sport slimmer bezels, and one of the most significant features that it will boast is called tiling.

This allows users to put up to four Surface Hub 2 devices side by side. You can place them in landscape or portrait mode. They will all work together as a massive screen, and this is a pretty exciting innovation that Microsoft decided to implement in the new device.

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The tech giant also mentioned the fact that it teamed up with Steelcase for rolling stands and mounts, and this means that the devices will be easily moved around. This new feature and the fact that the display is smaller and it supports 4K are probably the most notable new features that will be implemented in the device.

Surface Hub 2 can be rotated along with the 4K cameras

The system will be easily rotated between vertical and horizontal plans, and the 4K cameras will also turn together with the device. The system will also include integrated speakers and far-field voice mics that are set to work with Skype calls and Cortana.

Microsoft will release more details about the updated device soon, and we know for sure that the company plans on releasing Surface Hub 2 sometimes next year. You can read more information and stay updated on the revamped Surface Hub on Microsoft’s official website.

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