Is your current tablet just too small? Then, you might want to take a look at Microsoft's new product. The company's new Surface Hub was literally the biggest thing to come out of yesterday's Microsoft 10 Event.
The Surface Hub is an enormous 84-inch tablet-like gadget with 4K video resolution. Microsoft will also offer a 55-inch HD version, too. It's like the Surface Pro tablet on steroids.
The tool is designed to make it easier for businesses to collaborate in the workplace and with clients and co-workers around the globe. It will include speakers, a touch screen, rechargeable "pens," Microsoft Office and will run the brand new Microsoft 10 operating system.
Microsoft has several mounts and stands for the Surface Hub, so you can hang it on a wall or place it anywhere else around your office. It's got a lot of other cool features, too.
In addition to the built-in team experiences like Skype for Business, Microsoft Office and OneNote, Microsoft Surface Hub is customizable with a wide array of applications. Universal apps built for Windows 10 shine on Microsoft Surface Hub and scale to the large screen. You can also connect apps from your personal device and drive them from Microsoft Surface Hub.
This is Microsoft's sample of the Surface Hub.
Microsoft will release the Surface Hub later this year, so we won't know exactly how it performs until then. If it lives up to potential, though, it sounds like it could be a must-have for businesses.