The Wait Is Over! Microsoft Surface Hub Is Shipping

The Wait Is Over! Microsoft Surface Hub Is Shipping
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Microsoft Surface Hub was another device adding to the “delayed” or “postponed” stories. But now, those eagerly waiting for this Microsoft product have to wait no more. Yes, the company has finally started shipping the device to businesses. Read on for details.


Microsoft recently made an official announcement about Microsoft Surface Hub shipping. The title of the post itself reads, “Microsoft Surface Hub has begun shipping to business customers.”

The device comes in two sizes: 55 inches and 84 inches. The prices also vary depending on the size you choose. Whereas the 55-inch Microsoft Surface Hub will cost you $8,999, the 84-inch device will cost you $21,999. In case you do not know, the bigger model is 4K.

As the announcement was made, Brian Hall, General Manager, Microsoft Devices Marketing, in the blog post wrote, “We are not just releasing a powerful device. We are releasing a team-empowering solution that will make meetings more productive, modernize workflows, and let people engage with data much better.”

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He further wrote,”We designed Surface Hub from the ground up for ink and touch, and harnessed the best collaboration and security features of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and Universal Windows apps. We’ve seen how businesses and disciplines like healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, consulting, defense, finance, education, and design can bring Surface Hub into work spaces to bring a new level of innovation and efficiency to their teams. They can reduce costs and improve effectiveness, compared to legacy AV and presentation technology.”

In a short paragraph, Mr. Brian Hall covered as well as convinced people why Microsoft Surface Hub is necessary for your business. Companies these days are focusing a lot on entrepreneurs and meeting their needs. Microsoft is one such company that does the job well. So, even though late, the product has full chances of being sold too soon.

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