Microsoft Surface Hub 2

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Unlike other popular Microsoft Surface products, the original Surface Hub never gained mainstream popularity or instant recognition. It was designed for businesses rather than consumers, and its high price and relative anonymity made it a product that’s rarely seen in offices. Despite its poor reception, there was something alluring about the concept itself, which is why Microsoft is launching a second iteration with updates based on what its learned from its mistakes.

Purpose built for team collaboration, the new Microsoft Surface Hub 2 features a 50.5-inch 4K+ display that can rotate with ease depending on your presentation needs. It can be mounted on a wall or set up on rolling stands designed in collaboration with Steelcase for more mobility. Far field 4K cameras also should make conference calls less of a grainy ordeal. The production specs of the Surface Hub 2 are still being finalized, but should be available for purchase next year.

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