At the Windows 10 event earlier this year in January, Microsoft showed off its new Surface Hub displays which happen to be significantly large which is why they’re primarily geared towards business users. The Surface Hub is available in 55-inch and 84-inch sizes with a 4K multitouch display and an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor under the hook. The company has confirmed today precisely when the Surface Hub is going to be available for purchase and how much it’s going to cost.

The idea with the Surface Hub display is to provide one solution for conference room needs, and businesses already spend thousands of dollars on conference room equipment. Microsoft wants them to opt for a single solution, and it happens to make that simple solution.

Surface Hub provides 100 points of multitouch, support for three pen inputs simultaneously, microphones, dual 1080p cameras, NFC, Bluetooth and a multitude of ports for connectivity.

The large displays are powered by Windows 10 but it’s not the full version of the company’s operating system, it’s a watered down version designed specifically for the Surface Hub.

Microsoft is going to start taking orders for both models next month, shipments begin in September. The 55-inch Surface Hub costs $6,999 whereas the mammoth 84-inch Surface Hub comes in at $19,999.

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