Microsoft's Surface Hub 2 Let's Your Tile a Wall With Screens

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Interested businesses and customers can find out more about the device here. With the Surface Hub 2, Microsoft surely has taken up the responsibility to reinvent how people use technology to get work done. 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, while our standard Surface 3×2 aspect ratio means everyone has more usable space to create and collaborate.

The Surface Hub 2 allows the user to rotate the screen between portrait and landscape modes, with a nifty mechanism on the rear facilitating this. While we are having a video call with someone, we do not have to shrink their face, but instead, use the full capacity of the Surface Hub 2.

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Sadly, pricing and availability information still isn't being released.

Last year, Microsoft said that the current generation Surface Hub devices were picking up momentum worldwide. We've teamed up with workplace expert Steelcase to create a system of rolling stands and easy-to-use mounts to help Surface Hub 2 customers be truly mobile, gain a new perspective and capture their ideas wherever they do their best work.

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With much slimmer bezels, one of the key features of the Surface Hub 2 is called tiling. And yet, Microsoft just announced a second version of the Surface Hub.

Microsoft debuted the first-generation Surface Hub in January, 2015, at the remarkable event that also introduced the world to the HoloLens. There have been rumors that the Surface Hub 2 will be one of the first Microsoft devices to have the Windows 10 Core OS at its center, along with a new type of composable shell, but Seiler wouldn't comment on that. The company has this time added more robust collaborative tools which can allow multiple users to simply sign in simultaneously through a fingerprint reader and pull up their work onto a single workspace. It runs Windows 10 and supports the Surface Pen. You'll need to plug a webcam above the display to start video conferences.

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With this new hardware, we are also seeing Microsoft push the 'Microsoft 365′ branding as well. "We'll have more to talk about [that device] this fall".

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