Take a deep dive into the hardware and design of Microsoft's Surface Hub

Most of us will likely never get a chance to actually interact with one of Microsoft's huge (and expensive) Surface Hubs, but that doesn't mean we can't admire from a distance. Thanks to a new "engineer's tour" of the Surface Hub posted on the Microsoft Mechanics YouTube channel, you can now ogle to your heart's content with a dive into the hardware and design of the massive work-focused slab. Take a look below:

The business-centric Surface Hub initially started shipping out to buyers in March 2016, and the giant Windows 10-powered machine has already been a pretty big success. In fact, Microsoft reported in December that it had already shipped Surface Hubs to more than 2,000 customers in 24 markets thus far. And those numbers are certainly nothing to scoff at, considering the Surface Hub starts at a whopping $9,000 for the 55-inch version, and runs up to $22,000 for the 84-inch model.

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