Microsoft this week held a small event to officially unveil the Surface Hub 2S. But while there was no livestream of the event, Microsoft did record it, and now you can watch the full reveal.
Throughout the launch, Surface chief Panos Panay goes into more detail on the Surface Hub 2S, including its upcoming June launch and $8,999 starting price. Microsoft also revealed this week that an 85-inch version of the Surface Hub 2S is planned to begin testing in 2020, and the company is also working on a Surface display to offer the same touch and inking experience without the computing components.
If you're curious, you can check out the full reveal event below. Also be sure to check out our in-depth hands-on with the Surface Hub 2S for more.
Our favorite Surface accessories from Microsoft
Every one of these valuable Surface accessories is Windows Central Approved and guaranteed to please.
Surface Precision Mouse ($77 at Amazon)
The Surface Precision Mouse is not only one of favorite Surface accessories, it's one of our favorite mice for any PC. It's packed with valuable features and customizable buttons. Its scrolling and tracking are seamless and spot-on. And it's rechargeable so you never have to buy new batteries for it.
Surface Pen (From $72 at Amazon)
Every Surface owner needs this Pen. Period. It supports 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt support for shading density, and enjoys supremely low latency. When paired with a Surface PC, the potential is endless. And it comes in a bunch of cool colors.
Surface Dock ($136 at Amazon)
With two Mini DisplayPorts, four USB-A 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port, and a 3.5mm audio jack, this dock gives you the ports you need to stay connected to all your favorite devices. Plus, it easily turns your Surface into a desktop power hub. We highly recommend it.
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