One of the newest pieces of meeting technology to come to the business world is the Surface Hub from Microsoft. According to Microsoft, the Surface Hub will allow you to “unlock the power of the group with Microsoft Surface Hub, a powerful team collaboration device designed to advance the way people work together naturally.” The Surface Hub really advances your company meetings and collaboration projects by creating a more engaging meeting experience for your entire team.
The Surface Hub allows you to schedule meetings in advance with Skype for Business or invite remote attendees ad hoc whenever you want to bring them into the discussion. You can start meetings on time with a tap of the screen and end your session with an option to save and send meeting content to the group for later use. Share content with ease from laptops, tablets, or smartphones and, with inkback and touchback, your changes will appear on compatible personal devices. To make things even better, everyone has the ability to see content and contribute equally no matter where they are as clear sound and high-quality video make meetings great.
Use the OneNote whiteboard to share ideas on an infinite canvas while also pasting and annotating content from other apps. The ink on the Surface Hub is very fluid and responsive, making it feel like writing with an actual pen on paper though this is better as two people can write at the same time with different color inks to differentiate who’s who. The Surface Hub is built for teamwork and allows you to collaborate with people in the same room as you or with people in a meeting room on the other side of the world. You can even save your whiteboard as a rich OneNote file and email it to others so your ideas don’t disappear whenever the meeting is over.
The Surface Hub also allows you to run universal Windows apps natively or connect applications from your personal device. The Surface Hub also includes familiar Microsoft software and services that your business relies on, like Skype for Business, Office, and OneNote. The apps for the Surface Hub also take advantage of the large screen touch and ink input along with onboard hardware like cameras and sensors.
With a fully integrated design, flexible mounting options and stands, and a choice of two sizes, there are so many options for where you can install a Surface Hub in your office or meeting room. The simple, intuitive interface makes the entire experience natural and inviting and literally any user can simply walk up to the Surface Hub and start using it. The Surface Hub also offers a wide variety of inputs including wireless projection, HDMI, NFC, Bluetooth, and ports to connect to peripheral devices and is designed to be centrally managed and updated, which allows you to deploy it at scale.
- 55″ HD display or 84″ 4K display
- 4th generation Intel Core processor family
- Infrared, imaging, and depth sensors
- Intel HD Graphics 4600 (55″ model) or NVIDIA Quadro K2200 (84″ model) graphics
- 2 built-in wide-angle HD cameras
If you are looking to take your meetings to the next level then the new Surface Hub from Microsoft is the device you’re looking for! You can rent one today from Rentacomputer! Renting a Surface Hub is perfect if you are going to be conducting a meeting at a trade show or an event or if your company is holding a very big, important meeting at your office and you want a little something extra to make the whole processor top notch! To get a quote on a Microsoft Surface Hub Rental for your business, visit us online at Rentacomputer.com, call us at 800-736-8772, text us at 908-485-7368, or email us at email@example.com! For a better look at the Surface Hub in action, check out the video above!
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