Microsoft’s larger Surface Hub 2S offering is now up for preorder, and will begin shipping to commercial customers in January 2021. The 85-inch Surface Hub 2S runs the same software as the standard Surface Hub 2S, that being Windows 10 Team, and Microsoft touts this offering as an all-in-one teamwork digital whiteboard.
Microsoft now allows people to install Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise onto the Surface Hub 2S. Switching to Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise brings several new features to the Surface Hub 2S, but also removes some features centered around meetings.
Microsoft has finally addressed the whereabouts of it's mythical Surface Hub 2X device, which was announced in 2018 as coming in 2020 with a new OS that enabled unique features such as tiling, dynamic rotation, and more. In a webinar aimed at customers and resellers, Microsoft says that focus has shifted over to delivering the 85-inch Surface Hub 2S, and that it doesn't anticipate releasing a Surface Hub 2X this year.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Windows 7 support is ending on January 15, so what's the next step for the 300+ million devices still running it? Microsoft may ship the Surface Hub 2X with a version of Windows 10X. In the biggest news of the week, the Xbox Series X was unveiled at The Game Awards on December 13, 2019. The beastly,...
Microsoft's Surface Hub 2X hasn't been talked about since its initial announcement in late 2018. In fact, it's not been seen since then either. What's going on with it? Is it dead? We've done some digging and found some interesting information.
While the Surface Hub 2 will serve as the crown jewel of office-wall PCs, Microsoft's partners are getting in on the new 'Windows Collaboration Display' category to offer their own versions to enterprises.
This week's epsiode of #AskDanWindows is talking about everyone's favorite topic: new hardware. How does Surface Hub 2 fit into Microsoft's grand plan (and do they have a grand plan)? Plus Andromeda and some Windows 10 on ARM. Tune in now!
For many years, the Windows OS has struggled to find relevancy in an increasingly mobile world. Has Microsoft finally found its way? Maybe, and the Surface Hub 2 affirms the idea that working together is the future Microsoft wants.