The new and improvable Surface Hub 2
Subject: General Tech | September 25, 2018 - 02:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: surface hub, microsoft, amd, Intel, surface hub 2, Hub 2S, Hub 2X
The Inquirer has some interesting news about the unreleased Surface Hub 2, Microsoft's digital whiteboard, collaberation tool and the perfect way to display maps in a pen and paper RPG. The new device uses a cartridge to hold the CPU, which is removeable and will allow you to upgrade the processor inside, once AMD and Intel release CPUs in that form factor anyway. The basic idea is to allow you to upgrade your Hub 2S to a Hub 2X, the 2S is designed for in-house Exchange setups while the 2X is for those using Exchange online.
There are of course other reasons to upgrade the CPU in your Surface Hub 2, which we will see investigated in a few years, assuming these CPUs do hit the market.
"The idea is that when 2020 comes around you'll be able to lock and load your Surface Hub 2 with an upgraded CPU once Intel or AMD has got them ready."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
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- Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Stealing Trade Secrets and Giving Them To Intel @ Slashdot
- Planned Obsolescence Isn’t A Thing, But It Is Your Fault @ Hackaday
- As one Microsoft Windows product hauls itself out of the grave, others tumble in @ The Register
- Teardown reveals big changes inside the Apple Watch Series 4 @ Ars Technica
- Intel squeezes 1.5TB capacity out of its Optane 905p SSD @ The Inquirer
- Remove "3D Objects" and Other Shortcuts From Windows 10's File Explorer @ Techspot
- Still holding out on Windows 10? Microsoft tempts upgrade with virtual desktop to Azure @ The Register
- Apple pushes out macOS Mojave with privacy-sapping zero-day flaw @ The Inquirer