The Surface Hub series is an oversized, productive office device pioneered by Microsoft that can simply be thought of as a touch-enabled TV all-in-one. With a targeted design, this large-screen device has very strong productivity properties in the office environment. Dell also recently unveiled the C8621QT, a large-screen display similar to the Surface Hub.
The C8621QT features an 85.6-inch super-screen, which is larger than the 85-inch version of the Surface Hub 2S, has a resolution of 4K UHD, supports 20-point touch, and comes with a eraser-enabled stylus that can be placed on the side of the display with a magnetic suction when not in use.
On the I/O side, the C8621QT is equipped with 1 DP interface, 4 DHMI interfaces, 4 USB-A interfaces, 1 Type-C interface with up to 90W power output, 1 RS232 and 1 RJ45.
But unlike surface Hub, the C8621QT is a simple monitor, and if you want to use it as a computer, you need to bring your own console or go with dell’s OptiPlex Micro PC.
The display also features a Screen Drop button that lowers the screen content height and makes it easier for people with lower height or other users to use.
Dell said the C8621QT would start shipping on April 10, 2020, with no price yet announced.