We know: Microsoft's Surface brand doesn't have the best reputation. Fortunately for them (and you), the Microsoft Surface Hub is far from another Big Ass Table. Designed for use in the conference room, the Hub is a wall-mounted computer, with an 84-inch 4K display that accepts both pen and touch input, fourth-generation Intel i5 and i7 processors for speedy apps and smooth video, 1080p cameras on either side for full-view video conferencing, and a built-in mic array with Kinect technology to detect and follow voices while eliminating background noise. It's a computer, conferencing system, and projector rolled up into a thankfully space-conscious package.
Keep tabs on the current time around the world with the 11+ World Clock. From the front it looks like any other desk clock, with a clean design featuring a gray dial, gray hour and minute hands, and a bright red second hand. But turn it to the side, and you'll find the names of different international cities inscribed into the body, letting you simply roll your way to different time zones as the hands automatically adjust to show the correct time in whatever city or zone you've chosen. A smart alternative to the traditional "multiple clocks with city labels underneath" setup.
Dry erase boards are a staple in many offices. Unfortunately, most of what you write on them remains trapped there. Unless you're writing on the Smart Kapp Dry Erase Board. As the name suggests, this intelligent board connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth, allowing you to save snapshots of whatever's written on the board, share them with colleagues in real time, and upload them to services like Evernote and Dropbox. And while the board itself is obviously special, the included markers aren't — so buying replacements is as easy as making a trip to your local office supply store.