The newly revealed Microsoft Surface Hub, shown off as part of the company's Windows 10 press event today, is the subject of a new video that shows how the device, with its huge 84-inch 4K Windows 10 display, can be used in an office setting.

The video show how the Microsoft Surface Hub allows office workers to collaborate with each other by using a pen to draw on its display, using the screen as a virtual whiteboard. It also shows how it can be used to display Excel documents on a large canvas. along with the ability to take content created on the Microsoft Surface Hub and copy it on a tablet, smartphone or other PC. Microsoft says that there will be custom versions of Skype for Business and OneNote made for the Surface Hub. There will also be a 55-inch version sold.

There are still a ton of unanswered questions about this product, such as what hardware specs it has, a price point and a release date. However, we certainly want to know more about the Microsoft Surface Hub and hopefully we will get that info in the weeks and months to come. Stay tuned as we will continue to post information from the Windows 10 press event.

Update: Microsoft has also dropped a website with more details on the Surface Hub here.

Source: Windows (YouTube)

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