Microsoft just announced the Microsoft Surface Hub 2. The second version of Surface Hub will be coming to your doorsteps in 2019.
The Microsoft Surface Hub is an all in one multi-touch screen solution that empowers people, groups and organizations to connect and collaborate effortlessly. The first version was 1st release on June 1, 2015.
Surface Hub 2 was designed from the ground up to be used by teams, colleagues – to get people out of their seats, to connect and imagine, regardless of location.
The company has just announced the Microsoft Surface Hub 2. They didn’t share any specifications or price, but it won’t be available before 2019. The selected customers will test the Surface Hub 2 starting this year.
The Surface Hub was a brand of expensive, interactive, whiteboard developed and marketed by Microsoft, as part of the Microsoft Surface family.
There are 5000 companies, including half of Fortune 100 companies which used Surface Hubs according to the Microsoft.
Basically, the Surface Hub is an enormous touchscreen-enabled display.
The new Surface Hub 2 is sleeker, agiler and more affordable to fit any workspace or work style.
The gorgeous 4K+ 50.5” multi-touch display creates an inviting canvas to co-create, harnessing the power of Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Whiteboard, Office 365, Windows 10 and the intelligent cloud.
The 4K cameras that rotate with the device, integrated speakers, and far-field mic arrays allow everyone in the meeting to feel as if they are right in the room with the rest of the group. The standard Surface 3×2 aspect ratio means everyone has more usable space to create and collaborate.
You can see a device with adjustable use cases. You can hook it to a wall, you can put it on a rolling case, and you can create a wall of Surface Hubs as your needs.
Surface Hub 2 scales and adapts to your space through tiling up to 4 screens together in portrait or landscape view.
Dynamic rotation allows you to use the best orientation for your content to help people work in the way that best suits them and the people they are collaborating with.
It is also significantly easier to move around your workspaces than its predecessor
Users have to login by their fingerprint on the fingerprint sensor which is attached to the side of the display to find out their documents, data and even to accept calls from your account.
To turn any space into a teamwork space and built for teams to work seamlessly together wherever they are. That’s why Microsoft is developing Surface Hub 2. It scales and adapts to any space.
This seems that Microsoft still has innovative and bold ideas to share.