Microsoft finally began shipping its $20,000 Surface Hub to business customers.
Following multiple delays, the interactive whiteboard is, at long last, on its way to offices across the country.
“We are not just releasing a powerful device,” Brian Hall, general manager of Microsoft devices marketing, wrote in a blog post. “We are releasing a team-empowering solution that will make meetings more productive, modernize workflows, and let people engage with data much better.”
Designed for ink and touch, the Surface Hub includes familiar collaboration and security features of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote, and Universal Windows apps.
It also aims to replace tools like audio-video conference systems, displays, projectors, wireless receivers, and whiteboards.
“We’ve seen how businesses and disciplines like healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, consulting, defense, finance, education, and design can bring Surface Hub into workspaces to bring a new level of innovation and efficiency to their teams,” Hall said.
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SOURCE: PC Mag, Stephanie Mlot