Surface Hub available for order in 24 markets starting July 1
Microsoft announced Wednesday that the Surface Hub, the company’s new large-screen collaboration device, will be available for businesses to order in 24 markets starting July 1. Designed for a new kind of productivity experience for groups, Surface Hub harnesses the power of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and Universal Windows apps.
The device is designed for anyone to walk up and use, providing an engaging way to share ideas and information. It replaces disparate, conference-room tools – including a whiteboard, wireless receiver, projector and audio-video system – with an all-in-one system at a lower upfront cost.
“There is no doubt in our mind that Surface Hub is going to change the way groups work together,” writes Mike Angiulo, corporate vice president of Microsoft Devices Group. “Just as the PC revolutionized productivity for individuals, we see Surface Hub as a transformative tool for group productivity.”
Surface Hub is available in two main configurations: Surface Hub 55-inch for $6,999 and Surface Hub 84-inch for $19,999.