Microsoft's revolutionary new Surface Hub specifications revealed

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The Microsoft Surface Hub is a revolutionary piece of technology made to change the way business works. Taking on a whole new world is Microsoft’s intention – replacing the ages old whiteboard with an extreme display capable of things never before seen in an office setting. 

Featuring up to a 4k pixel HD display in an 55-84 inch touchscreen with a never before seen 100 finger touch sensor optic, the display changes the business world with Microsoft’s very own new Ink touch, capable of 120hz rapid touch acceleration. This device will feel like drawing on a real pen and paper. 

Not only that, but any meeting can take place from anywhere in the entire world — featuring two full HD cameras and high speed internet capabilities, no business will be slowed by international distances. The devices also come with highly compatible Intel i5/IntelHD Graphics 4600 and i7/NVIDIA Quadro K2200 on the 55 inch and 84 inch respectively, and both come with 128GB of SSD and 8GB of high power RAM. 

With that said, the pricing at $6,999 for the 55 inch and $19,999 for the 84 inch is inexpensive for any business wishing to enter the Fortune 500 scene. Any business which places interactivy, co-operation, and high degrees of communication in the workplace should respect this new device.

Microsoft Surface Hub also comes with Microsoft Office apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, plus the OneNote whiteboard and Skype for Business.

“Microsoft Surface Hub integrates beautifully into the modern workplace, enabling productivity in any space where people come together to get things done, from large conference rooms to informal huddle spaces to offices. The fully integrated design, choice of two screen sizes, and flexible mounting configurations means there’s a solution for your business needs. Microsoft Surface Hub is also designed to be easy to deploy and manage remotely,” the company explains. You can check out the official Surface Hub website here.