donderdag 22 december 2016

Microsoft supersized Surface Hub conferencing systems.



Microsoft says it's sold Surface Hub conferencing systems to more than 2,000 customers since March.
The Surface Hub -- a huge touchscreen display equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and built-in microphones and cameras -- launched in late March 2016, after months of delays and a price increase. This Surface Hub is available in a 84-inch and 55-inch versions.

Surface Hub is Microsoft's successor to its large-screen Perceptive Pixel displays. The systems, which run a custom version of Windows 10, are preassembled, customized multitouch, digital-ink-enabled collaboration tools. Microsoft first unveiled the Surface Hub in January 2015, with availability initially slated for September 1, 2015.

Google is aiming to release its own Surface Hub competitor, the Google Jamboard, in the first half of 2017.

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