Microsoft Launches Surface Hub 2

Microsoft Launches Surface Hub 2

Microsoft Launches Surface Hub 2

Microsoft's releasing this device with its own Steelcase-made accessories like a rolling stand and mounts for walls. The environment around us is shifting - towards open offices, huddle rooms, and team work spaces - in fact, in three years, half the global workforce will be mobile.

After teasing a next-gen Surface Hub in March, Microsoft today took the wraps off Surface Hub 2 via a new blog post by Panos Panay. Microsoft's Surface Hub 2 features Dynamic Rotation, which lets users rotate the device to portrait or landscape for the best view and usability, and the rotating experience is simply attractive.

One of the coolest features of the Surface Hub 2 is its "Tiling" ability.

Under the hood, the Surface Hub 2 runs Microsoft 365, an enterprise software suite consisting of Windows 10, Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Security, Microsoft Teams (Microsoft's Slack-like group chat app), and Microsoft Whiteboard.

The Surface Hub 2 will be a 50.5-inch, 4K+ device with a 3x2 aspect ratio that can be used in portrait or landscape mode. More will be coming soon, and you can check out more on Surface Hub 2 by checking here. Seeing four of the handsome Surface Hub 2s lined up together has undeniable visual effect and will have a profound impact on what groups can accomplish together, allowing users to display multiple pieces of content side-by-side. The original Surface Hub advanced this mission, making it possible to join a meeting or open a whiteboard with one touch. The original Surface Hub started at $9,000.

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Microsoft also promises that Surface Hub 2 will support multi-user sign in, so multiple people can authenticate in the same workspace and simultaneously share their documents.

Immersive Collaboration provides us with the life-size video conferencing.

The Surface Hub 2, which Microsoft will begin testing later this year and ship some time in 2019, is the successor to Surface Hub 1, which launched in March 2016.

And Microsoft loves their hinges and this device is no different, it can now rotate 90 degrees. Microsoft has clearly listened to customer feedback and is working on making the device more affordable as well.

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