With the product name “Skype for Business” in question these days (apparently Microsoft will rename the product), its interesting that a cooperation between Microsoft and Lenovo has produced hardware that is being promoted as a hub for Skype for Business in the boardroom.
Today Lenovo has announced the ThinkSmart Hub 500 which is a touchscreen kiosk that gives customers a single an accessible console to kick-off and manage meetings. Here’s what the system contains:
- Purpose-built Skype Room System
- All-in-One Design Compute Power, Display and Audio
- 11.6″ Rotatable Display and compact footprint to fit everywhere
- 360 Degree LED status indicator
- Dolby Audio Premium
- Secure Cable Management
- Runs Microsoft Windows IoT Enterprise
Details on the product page: http://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/hub500
You can also use the product page to be notified when the system will be available. Lenovo says pricing and availability will be announced sometime in the first quarter of 2018.
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