Microsoft’s Surface Hub will do for tablet computers what Crocodile Dundee once did for knives — that is, it will show us how puny the ones we use every day really are. Microsoft’s massive new tablet isn’t meant to be a consumer device, of course, and it’s being targeted straight at the enterprise market. The device has …
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Microsoft this year will launch its biggest Surface devices yet, offering users access to TV-sized Windows gadgets, a new report reveals. Obviously, these aren’t your regular Surface-branded tablet/laptop combo. Instead, we’re looking at the Surface Hub Windows-based TV-like gadgets the company demoed at previous press events.
Who needs Apple’s mythical “iTV?” Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled a massive new Windows device called the Surface Hub that’s an 84-inch 4K display that runs on Windows 10. This isn’t a consumer-centric product, however — the Surface Hub is an enterprise-centric device intended to foster workplace collaboration. Among other things, the device can act as …