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Microsoft’s giant conference room computer, the Surface Hub, is ready for you to own and will be available to businesses from July 1 starting at $6,999.
That starting price will get you the 55″ model but you can upgrade to a massive 84″ version for the low price of $19,999.
The Surface Hub is a giant computer built into a touch-screen display that runs Windows 10 and is optimized for video calls, multitouch collaboration using OneNote and Office as a team.
It features support for multiple pens to be used onscreen at the same time and has dual cameras and microphones onboard.
Microsoft is now competing with Google’s conference room offering, a small box running Chrome but sans-screen, that retails for just $999.
➤ Microsoft Surface Hub [Surface Blog]
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