Microsoft will reportedly sell two different sizes of the Surface Hub


Back in January, Microsoft introduced the Surface Hub – targeted at businesses. Microsoft hasn’t really revealed much info on the Surface Hub yet. The company showed off an 84-inch Surface Hub back in January – however, according to Geek, Microsoft will also release a smaller, 55-inch variant. Unfortunately though, it isn’t yet revealed if the variants will come with different hardware.

So far, we only know some technical details of the Surface Hub. The display and touch sensor are phases locked at 120Hz – so the display refreshes every 8.33 milliseconds. The device also includes advanced touch capabilities which recognize up to 100 touch points with precision, allowing multiple people to interact with the screen simultaneously. Inside the device is 4th gen Intel i5 and i7 processors power, full 1080p cameras on each side with wide field of view help ensure those joining from afar will benefit from a view of virtually the entire room, built-in mic array leverages technology from Xbox Kinect to detect and follow voices in the room while eliminating background noise. Microsoft Surface Hub offers a variety of inputs including wireless projection, HDMI, NFC, Bluetooth, and ports to connect to peripheral devices.

Here’s a video from Microsoft featuring the Surface Hub:

As we’ve stated earlier, Microsoft hasn’t revealed much info on the Surface Hub, including pricing information. Nonetheless, tell us what would be a perfect price for the Surface Hub in the comment section bellow!

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