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Microsoft's 84-Inch Surface Hub Will Cost You $20,000

The Surface Hub, Microsoft’s newest large-display product for whiteboarding and video conferencing, will officially be available for businesses to order starting July 1. The product, which was first revealed at a Microsoft event in January and covered in detail in Re/code’s Future of Workspaces story, will come in two sizes: 55 inches ($6,999) and 84 inches ($19,000). The Surface Hub was born out of technology made by Perceptive Pixel, a touchscreen display company that Microsoft acquired in 2012.

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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