Microsoft unveils massive 84-inch tablet

SURFACE HUB has huge 4K display and will be powered by Windows latest operating system.

Microsoft unveils massive 84-inch tablet

Ever wished your tablet was a little bit bigger? Well, if you have the room and the money, you can now treat yourself to an 84-inch whopper. The Surface Hub has just be unveiled by Microsoft and it even features a full Ultra High Definition 4K screen. Microsoft are aiming this Windows 10 powered monster firmly at the business and education markets.

With the new operating system running on the Surface Hub, Microsoft say it will offer seamless integration between all your Windows devices. Users will be able to beam content to the giant screen and interact with it in real-time. Specifically, the Surface Hub features state-of-the-art digital white boarding; instant remote conferencing; the ability for multiple people to share and edit content on the screen from a laptop, tablet or phone. If 84-inches is a little big, luckily it will also be available in a smaller 55-inch version.

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Source : PTI

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