Microsoft, the software giant, announced its own Surface Hub. At Computex 2018, which was opened this week, it also collaborated with other screen vendors to launch several Windows Collaboration Display. This screen is perfectly compatible with office Windows 10 PCs, and built-in sensors can be connected to Microsoft's Azure IoT Spatial Intelligence feature. These sensors can detect the environment in the room, can be heated or cooled according to actual conditions, and can effectively manage room reservations.
These screens are high-resolution, multi-touch, and support stylus input. Microsoft will authorize these screens to use Cortana and other functions through far-field microphones. Attach the on-screen camera to Microsoft Teams or other software. Conduct the meeting.
The new screen is designed to improve the conference room. At present, conference rooms are more commonly used in combination with conventional televisions and projectors, and these new screens can more intelligently handle various needs, including stylus input, multi-touch, smart sensors, and the like. Microsoft will not participate in the production of these screens, but Sharp and Avocor will launch related products by the end of this year.