With some devices, like laptops and tablets running Windows, you can stand at the front of the room to give your presentation and use the Surface Hub touchscreen to control your device, no matter where it is in the room.
Plug in both the video cable (HDMI, DisplayPort, or VGA) and the USB cable to your device. When you touch the Surface Hub screen, you’ll control your device. The same goes for using the pen, mouse, and keyboard.
If you’re using a device running Windows 10, you can control it from the Surface Hub without cables. Just connect to the Surface Hub wirelessly. For more info on how to connect, see Project wirelessly with Miracast.
Article ID: 17309 - Last Review: Jun 24, 2016 - Revision: 5
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