The wait for the Surface Hub 2 release might seem like a lifetime away. You’re on edge while you wait for it, because your business needs it right now. Importantly, you desperately need help with workplace collaboration.

However, there are a couple of alternatives that you can make use of while you wait. Therefore, you don’t need to tolerate not having what you need while you wait. In other words, there’s no need for your business to suffer.

Kinly, a trusted Surface Hub provider and Microsoft Partner, takes a look at some alternatives you can utilize while you wait for updates on the Surface Hub 2 release date.




Dell Quicklaunch

The Dell interactive touch monitor is made specifically with collaboration in mind. What’s more, it works well whether the conference room you’re using is large or small. Although it’s not the Surface Hub 2, it’s still an excellent alternative. It will assist you during meetings if you’re unable to wait for the 2019 release of the Surface Hub 2.

The Dell Quicklaunch provides impressive and outstanding visuals that allow for an exceptional viewing experience. With a 4k resolution, you’ll be able to have crystal clear meetings regardless of where you are in the world. It comes with anti-glare and anti-smudge coatings. Therefore, it reduces the number of distracting reflections or fingerprints that are common with other video collaboration devices.

Further, the Quicklaunch allows for collaboration at the next level, too. That is, it has up to 20 touch points simultaneously interacting with the board. This feature will allow everyone to get involved.

With a lot of video collaboration devices, setup is a big problem. This can be especially true when you’re in a busy workplace and you need to be in and out of the meeting room. However, the Dell Quicklaunch is designed for a quick and easy setup. Moreover, it has convenient connectivity and manageability, too. Its ability to connect wirelessly on a multitude of devices makes collaborating easier than ever.



In full partnership with Microsoft, Avocor has designed an advanced collaboration device. What’s more, this device allows you to take advantage of Windows 10, Office 365, and Microsoft Teams. Therefore, Avocor gives an excellent advantage over other alternatives while you’re waiting for Surface Hub 2. What’s more, you won’t have to change your processes to adapt.

The Avocor F50 series is perfect for corporate environments. That’s because it is truly agnostic, meaning it works seamlessly with unified communications hardware. In other words, you’ll be able to just plug it in and start it up. Setting it up will be hassle-free.

It includes a high-performing, front-facing sound bar module that delivers a superior audio experience. This will give you a state-of-the-art video conferencing experience. For example, you’ll avoid that situation we’ve all been in where participants are unable to hear one or two people who are out of range of the microphone.

As Avocor is in partnership with Microsoft, its F50 series is fully optimized for Microsoft software. Therefore, it allows for seamless collaboration for those many businesses—perhaps yours?—that utilize Windows and Windows 10.


There’s No Need to Wait for Surface Hub 2

Get in touch with a provider such as Kinly for both the Dell Quicklaunch and Avocor F50. When you do, you will ensure that your business processes don’t take a hit while you sit and wait for the Surface Hub 2 release.