Microsoft postponed Surface Hub shipping till January 2016

By | August 13, 2015


Microsoft’s Surface Hub will ship until January 2016, says Company’s official. According to Mary Jo of ZDNet, who first noticed the update, users were notified about the delay of Microsoft Surface Hub.

The official note for the delay is “Surface Hub will begin shipping on January 1, 2016.”

Microsoft had started taking pre-orders for Surface Hub in July and was expected to start its shipping form September 1 this year. The company has said that the strong demand of Surface Hub is the main reason for the delay, as they have to adjust manufacturing to meet the pre-order. According to the company, the pre order is more than they have expected, as the device was meant for enterprise use, therefore the shipping of the device has been shifted.
If you were eagerly waiting for the Microsoft Surface Hub, then sorry folks you have to wait little longer, because you have to wait until next year to get your hands on this larger than life tablets.

Microsoft Surface Hub is a large tablet, which can be fit on your wall and comes with two different configurations. The size of first model is 84 inch, and comes with a 4K Ultra HD touch display, NVIDIA Quadro K2200 graphics and video conferencing features. The price of 84 inch Surface Hub is $19,999.

The other configuration is a 55 inch surface Hub model, which comes with 55 inch touch screen HD display, 4th generation Intel Core processor, Intel HD Graphics 4600 and video conferencing features. This device comes at the price of $6,999. Both Surface Hubs comes with customized version of Windows 10 and number of apps.