Microsoft is finally shipping to business customers its interactive whiteboard replacement, the Surface Hub. Unveiled at the Windows 10 launch last year, the collaborative machine was delayed last year. But it looks like its about to find its way into a corporate meeting room near you.
The mega display runs Windows 10 and like its tinier Surface Pro cousins, supports multi-touch. It also has a marker-sized pen so you can annotate all your awesome PowerPoint presentations. The giant computer comes with Skype for business and supports all your favorite Office applications.
You can hit up your CFO for either the $22,000 84-inch 4K model or the more reasonable $9,000 55-inch HD display.
Microsoft is keen to make sure you know the Surface Hub is for teams. In a statement about today's news it said, "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."