Microsoft Surface Hub wall computer is not for you

Microsoft introduces the Surface Hub, a wall-based display made for businesses – not consumers. If the price didn't do you in, the functionality certainly will. While using such a massive piece of equipment is certainly an interesting possibility for the average consumer, this 4K 84-inch display will facilitate meetings at your business. That's what it's made for. Not playing Angry Birds. Not acting as an 84-inch touch arcade... though using one as a pinball machine or a digital air hockey arena WOULD be neat.

If you're going to get your hands on the Microsoft Surface Hub and you're not a business owner, you're going to end up having to go to a Microsoft Store. Later this summer you'll be able to see one of these monster PCs in action there. Likely closer to the launch of Windows 10.

Below you'll see the Surface Hub in action – notice the lack of non-business uses being shown.

The Microsoft Surface Hub looks neat, but if you're going for a consumer product, there certainly are alternatives.

While the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 is a couple of years old at this point, this "Table PC" remains radical. Have a peek at this PC here, and tap the link for a full review.