Microsoft Windows Collaboration Displays Has Announced at Computex 2018: At Computex 2018, Microsoft has announced Windows Collaboration Displays. These displays are somewhat similar to the company’s Surface Hub digital whiteboard offering, but this time the hardware will be made by the other manufacturers.
Microsoft Windows Collaboration Displays Has Announced at Computex 2018
Plus, these are large displays that you can control from your small screens and are equipping with additional features and AI mechanisms that make them an ideal addition to the conference rooms.
These Windows Collaboration Displays were demoed at Computex by Nick Parker, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Consumer and Device Sales, and Roanne Sones, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Platforms.
The demo device was a large 70-inch Windows Collaboration Display from Sharp, and it was integrated with the Microsoft 365 collaboration tools like Office, Teams, and Whiteboard at room scale, and included built-in sensors that can connect to Azure IoT spatial intelligence capabilities. It will let you collect the environmental data to make real-time decisions.
The Windows Collaboration Display will also come with the stylus support, stereo speakers, far-field microphone system, and a Web camera put on top of the display for proper remote collaboration, and conferencing needs.
Microsoft has confirmed that Sharp and Avoca are coming out with their own Windows Collaboration Displays sometime later this year. The company also promised that these displays would price reasonably, but exact availability and pricing has not announced yet.
While it is branching out with its conference room display offerings, the company is not giving up on the Surface Hub at all. In fact, the company recently unveiled the Surface Hub 2 with a 50.5-inch display that has a 4K+ resolution, 3:2 aspect ratio, and minimal bezels.
Interestingly, the screen can now rotate to a portrait position. It will be available for the purchase in the year 2019, and the pricing for this product has also not announced.
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