Microsoft has unveiled a new member of the Surface family. The upcoming Surface Hub isn’t a portable tablet like the Surface Pro 3… it’s an 84 inch all-in-one computer designed for use in enterprise environments.

It has cameras, a touchscreen, sensors, and the Surface Hub runs Windows 10 software.

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You can use it as a digital whiteboard for use with OneNote, or as a video conferencing system with Skype.

The Surface Hub has a 4K display, dual cameras, support for multitouch finger input or a digital pen, and it can run any of the software available for smaller Windows 10 devices such as desktops or notebooks. But there’s also a suite of apps designed for taking notes, manipulating images or presentations, and more.

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3 replies on “Microsoft Surface Hub is an 84 inch all-in-one PC”

    1. Assuming you hook an Xbox up to it, sure. I got to see some of these a few years back when they were just starting development on them, and many of them had Xboxes hooked up to them. At the time, they were a joint venture – MS had just bought the company developing the tech. It was a pretty cool place – snacks and toys everywhere, post-its all over the walls, and lots of comfy, funky furniture. Based on my extremely small sampling size, MS looks like a fun place to work.

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