The Surface Hub, Microsoft’s digital whiteboard designed for conferences and meetings, received a hardware refresh today. From a report: At a press event at Steelcase’s swanky New York City hub, the Redmond, Washington company detailed the improved Surface Hub 2S, which boasts a touchscreen that’s higher in resolution than the original, plus a 4K front camera that supports video calling, an enhanced 8-microphone far-field microphone array, and other improvements. Surface 2S will ship in June, starting at $8,999 and going up to nearly $12,000. (That’s the same base price as the original Surface Hub 2.) A larger version — the Surface Hub 2S 85-inch — will also be available at an as-yet-unrevealed price, and stands and wall mounts from Steelcase will be sold separately for $1,449.99 and $249, respectively.
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