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With Intel’s 11th-generation processors, Microsoft is considering upgrading the “heart” of Surface Hub 2



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News from IT House on December 7, citing a report from foreign technology media Windows Central,Microsoft is planning to develop a new “heart” for the Surface Hub 2 – the Compute Module.The module is internally code-named “Upward” and will use Intel’s 11th-generation processors, which is the first commercial upgrade module since the Surface Hub 2 was launched.

According to people familiar with the matter, Microsoft is planning to launch a new compute cartridge for the Surface Hub 2 in 2023, internally code-named “Upward,” which will feature an upgraded Intel 11th-generation CPU and Iris Xe graphics. The current Surface Hub 2S computing compartment is equipped with Intel’s eighth-generation CPU.

At present, there is not much other information about this computing compartment, but one point that consumers pay more attention to is whether it supports device rotation. After all, since the Surface Hub 2 was released in 2018, this promised feature has not been fulfilled. And the code name “Upward” (upward) may hint at this change.

IT Home learned that Surface Hub 2 adopts a modular design, and “Upward” is the first commercial upgrade computing warehouse of the device. Microsoft has previously hyped that customers will be able to replace the PC portion of the Surface Hub 2 for repairs and upgrades, but no newer compute boxes have actually been released for upgrades so far.

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