Beside the announcement of Windows 10, Microsoft also announced a new giant tablet targeted to the business consumers and mostly use in the meeting room.
Called the Surface Hub and come with two sizes of display: 55-inch or 85-inch, this giant tablet launched after Microsoft bought Perceptive Pixel, two years ago.
Microsoft Surface Hub
Microsoft hasn’t released much details on this new tablet, all we know that the Surface Hub features built-in camera, microphones and sensors, allows it to deliver a new experience and take advantage of Windows 10, Office 365 and Skype for Business.
The Surface Hub tablet can run any app which compatible with Windows 10 including Skype, OneNote, Microsoft Office and so on. However, Microsoft has done a bit of modification in this version of Windows 10 for large-screen such as a quick call button for Skype, a white board for writing or drawing, shortcut to connect to other devices.
You can also sync all notes and documents on the Microsoft Surface Hub into your smartphone, tablet or even PC run Windows 10. It looks Microsoft want to build a flexible Windows version and can work on almost devices.
Microsoft introduced Surface Hub giant tablet video:
The company also offers free upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 in the first year. After that time, you need to use “pay for upgrade” service.