The company will start testing the Surface Hub 2 with some of its commercial customers this year, and it will be generally available next year. The new Surface Hub 2 will have the capability of tiling which simply joins multiple Surface hub 2 allowing users to display multiple pieces of content side-by-side.
A few weeks back, Microsoft announced that the Surface Hub stock was running low and that the device would soon be almost impossible to buy.
The Hub also seems to come equipped with a webcam and stylus for optimum workflow, but that's really all the details we get for now.
Microsoft's also introducing a new "tiling" experience with the Surface Hub 2. By announcing it almost a year early, Microsoft is possibly aiming to outpace its competition and rope in a few businesses who typically order such devices in advance.
Microsoft's Surface team is obsessed with hinges.
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Time will tell if the Surface Hub 2 can replicate the success of the original Surface Hub, which shipped to 5,000 customers across 25 markets past year, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Whiteboard and Office 365 have all been optimised to run on the interactive whiteboard, and the new Surface Hub 2 also comes with 4K cameras that rotate with the device, along with integrated speakers and far-field microphones.
This is the second-generation of the Surface Hub, and it looks like it jumped from the 20th to the 21st-century in just three years. I am not exactly sure what Microsoft considers to be a competitive device. Microsoft says that there are 5,000 companies using Surface Hubs, including half of Fortune 100 companies. The original Surface Hub advanced this mission, making it possible to join a meeting or open a whiteboard with one touch. The displays use the same 3:2 aspect ratio as the Surface mobile devices.
Surface Hub, Microsoft's touch- and stylus-enabled digital whiteboard for enterprise group collaboration and video conferencing, is getting a big update in 2019.
With the Surface Hub 2, the upcoming device will support multi-user sign-ins. Can be used in either landscape or portrait mode. We were told to expect more information about Surface Hub 2 in late summer/early fall.
Yet, if there's one thing that Google's Chromebooks demonstrated easily it's that the educational sector is ripe for targeting by tech companies if they keep prices in check.