Microsoft Surface Hub 2S 85" | Designed for Strong Person-to-Person and Team Connection

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Get an inside look at the new Surface Hub 2S 85”, the largest device in the Surface family. Combining state-of-the-art hardware with Microsoft 365 productivity and meeting experiences, it’s designed to enable stronger person-to-person and Team connection, bringing in-person and virtual meeting participants together in one seamless experience. Also notable is its modular design with removable camera and compute module.

Experience: Ideal for teamwork spaces and conference rooms Walk up and use it as a shared device without the need to authenticate Join meetings instantly from Surface Hub or your own personal device with proximity join Combine Surface Hubs together to present participants on one hub and content on the other.

Design: More screen real estate than the original Offers a fluid, multi pen inking experience Detachable camera captures 4k video at a 90 degree horizontal field of view Removable compute module with a comprehensive array of ports.

► QUICK LINKS:

00:00 - Introduction

00:38 - Experience

02:10 - Design

03:38 - Modularity

04:41 - Mounting and Mobility

05:20 - Manageability

06:16 - Security

06:47 - Closing notes

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For availability and more information, check out https://www.surface.com

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