Microsoft is introducing a Surface Hub Try-and-Buy Program. According to the company, Surface Hub sale has exceeded its expectations. Microsoft has sold the Surface Hub to over 2,000 unique customers. The company is also adding partners “who will resell Surface and provide 5-star service to our customers.”
Microsoft posted about Surface Hub Try-and-Buy Program,
A “select set” of partners will be able to give Surface Hubs to businesses for up to 30 days, after which, the customer can decide if it wants to purchase them. The Program will be available in the US and European markets this winter, and in Asia Pacific “at a later date.”
Microsoft also added new Surface Hub features and programs:
- Inking support across Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Support for simultaneous Pen and Touch.
- Save & recall Whiteboards directly through OneDrive.
- Support for 3rd-party peripherals like BiAmp TesireForte CI, Jabra 810, Logitech Group, Logitech PTZ Pro and Polycom CX5100.
- Preloading PowerBI, OneDrive, and Photos apps.