Microsoft used its Windows 10 press event today to show off an all new hardware device for Windows 10. The Microsoft Surface Hub is an 84-inch touchscreen device with a 4K display. The device would seem to be a new version of Microsoft's large Perceptive Pixel products but under the Surface branding
In addition to a Windows 10 computer, the Microsoft Surface Hub contains a number of other hardware features, including sensors, cameras, mics, speakers, NFC, and Wi-Fi. It allows users to do things like placing call, sho open whiteboard, connect personal device.
Owners can use a pen to write directly on the display of the Surface Pro Hub. User can grab and move items on the screen, move around the whiteboard space, open 3D models, zoom in and around that model and more.
The device will allow for sharing whiteboards, presentations, and more. Users can get get content from connected devices, both wireless and wired. They can manipulate content, which is later reflected on their original devices. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on when the Microsoft Surface Hub will be released, nor its price point, which we expect will be pretty high.
Stay tuned as we will continue to post information from the Windows 10 press event. To see it all roll in live be sure to join us in the liveblog!