Microsoft Surface Hub 55 Inch

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Perfect for smaller conference rooms and in work environments where you’ll move your Surface Hub regularly into different gathering spaces, the 55” model is a two-person shoulder-to-shoulder experience.


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Perfect for smaller conference rooms and in work environments where you’ll move your Surface Hub regularly into different gathering spaces, the 55” model is a two-person shoulder-to-shoulder experience. Offering rich data visualization and analysis, it transforms business-as-usual into inspired teamwork with all the latest tools for collaboration.

  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 120Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 1300:1
  • Touch: 100-point multi-touch

Size 31.75” x 59.62” x 3.38”
(806.4mm x 1514.3mm x 85.8mm)
Weight 105 lbs (48 kilograms)
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 120Hz
Contrast Ratio: 1300:1
Touch: 100-point multi-touch
Projective Capacitance optically bonded sensor
Storage/RAM SSD 128GB with 8GB RAM
Processor 4th Generation Intel® Core™ i5
Ports

  • Internal PC

    (1) USB 3.0 (bottom) + (1) USB 3.0 (side access)
    (2) USB 2.0
    Ethernet 1000 Base-T
    DisplayPort Video Output
    3.5mm Stereo Out
    RJ11 Connector for system level control

  • Alternate PC

    (2) USB 2.0 type B output, connection for:
        Camera
        Sensors
        Microphone
        Speakers
    (1) DisplayPort Video Input

  • Guest PC

    DisplayPort Video Input
    HDMI Video Input
    VGA Video Input
    3.5mm Stereo Input
    (1) USB 2.0 type B Touchback™ Output


Sensors (2) Passive Infrared Presence Sensors, Ambient Light Sensors
Speakers (2) Front-facing stereo
Microphone High Performance, 4 Element Array
Camera 2 wide angle HD cameras 1080p @ 30fps

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Microsoft Surface Hub 55 Inch

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