Microsoft today announced Surface Hub 2 hardware for the first time. The issuer of the software used Surface Hub 2 during the meeting at the Microsoft Ignite conference. This is the first time that we released surface hub 2. More importantly, it is the first time Microsoft unveiled some of the software that runs them. In Microsoft demonstration, we displayed a smooth animation that rotates the 50 inch screen and allows the content to move around the screen.
This is a new effort to modularize the operating system so that Microsoft's Windows core OS (WCOS) functions as smart mode on smart hardware. Microsoft has worked for WCOS and its composite shell (C shell) for years, and with both of these efforts Windows can run on new hardware. Surface Hub 2 is an excellent feature of this new type of hardware and Microsoft's Surface "pocket" device named Andromeda.
Today 's demo also showed how Surface Hub 2 handles multiple users with a fingerprint sensor. Mounted at the bottom of the device, multiple users can scan fingers and connect to Surface Hub 2. Recent files are displayed on the screen and you can collaborate several documents with multiple accounts.
Microsoft also revealed that the company remodeled the Surface Hub 2 hardware. Next year, a new Surface Hub 2S equipped with 4K camera and edge-to-edge display will be released, but impressive rotation and new software will not arrive in 2020. Microsoft plans to update the software called Surface Hub 2X in 2020. To upgrade hardware and software, use a dedicated processor cartridge on the back of the device. Microsoft has not announced the release date and price of Surface Hub 2 correctly, but hardware will be released in the second quarter of 2019.
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Microsoft demonstrates the surface hub 2 and its rotation display
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