Microsoft Surface Hub

Jan 26, 2015

Category: Tech

It may be too late to save traditional office meetings from their permanent reputations as suckfests, but surely they can be made better, right?

Microsoft Surface Hub is kind of like one of those big screens you see the CNN analysts using on election night. It’s a wall-mounted computer with an 84-inch 4K display that accepts both pen and touch input, running Windows 10 on Intel i5 and i7 processors. Designed for use in the conference room, the Hub promises plenty of flexibility, letting you scroll, turn, twist, and draw on whatever’s on screen. 1080p cameras on both sides allow for full-view video conferencing, and the built-in mics with Kinect technology promise to detect and follow voices while minimizing background noise. The display and touch sensor are phase locked at 120Hz, so the display refreshes every 8.33 milliseconds, resulting in a virtually lag-less experience. [Purchase]

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