Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled Surface Hub, a new large-screen collaboration device that harnesses the power of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and Windows universal apps to deliver a new kind of productivity experience for groups. Today, the Surface Hub team announced more details on how Surface Hub will come to market, including pricing and market availability.
A core part of advancing our vision of communication-powered productivity with Skype for Business is building a rich portfolio of meetings devices that make meetings richer, more productive and engaging for businesses of all sizes. We believe every conference room and meeting space, small or large, should enable natural interactions between people in different locations, across voice, video, graphic and written communication. Surface Hub does that and so much more. With Skype for Business, Office and OneNote integrated directly into the operating system, Surface Hub delivers a new set of digital tools to help teams create and brainstorm in a way that’s both natural and efficient.
We couldn’t be more excited about this milestone for Surface Hub. Head on over to the Surface Hub blog to learn more about today’s news, and stay tuned to the Office blog over the coming months for more on the future of Skype Room Systems.