Not publicly available until later this year, Microsoft’s new Surface Hub digital collaboration device (available in 84” 4K or 55” 1080 display) was on show at ISE 2015.
Surface Hub combines Microsoft hardware, Microsoft 10 OS and custom versions of Microsoft productivity services like One Note in an integrated package.
Surface Hub can work as a complex remote collaboration surface where digital content (including whiteboard and various apps such as Power Point and Skype for Business) can be viewed on-screen side by side, annotated, saved and shared. Or
it can be used as a digital whiteboard supporting smooth digital ink content which can be saved to OneNote and shared.
The Surface Hub (touch and ink bi-directional) is designed for cross-platform connectivity with mobile devices through either wired or wireless connection depending on the device.
At ISE, visitors experienced a creative collaborative space, a reimagined conference room, a workshop space for hands-on data visualisation and an executive office-- all to give customers a sense of how Surface Hub might be used for collaboration.
Attendees got a hands-on demo of some of the key experiences that Microsoft hopes make Surface Hub different.Go Microsoft Surface Hub