If your iPad is a bit small, then why not get the Microsoft Surface Hub?
This definitely isn’t going to fit in your bag or suitable for using on the train.
The 84-inch super tablet is made to be fitted to your wall.
If you want to feel like you’re a pundit on Sky Sports, then it will cost you. The 55-inch version costs £4,300, while the 84-inch model will set you back £12,000.
The smaller version has full HD display, with the bigger model boasting 4K quality.
Both versions have built in cameras, and work with the Microsoft digital pen, so you can draw on the screen.
These have quite obviously been made for business use, but if you want one, then pre-orders open on July 1st.
Microsoft Devices’ vice president, Mike Angiulo, said:
While there are a number of devices designed to improve our productivity as individuals, there has yet to be a device that is truly optimised for a group of people to use together — designed not just for what we need to do, but how we want to work. Until now.
Just as the PC revolutionised productivity for individuals, Surface Hub will transform the way groups of people work together.
I definitely want one.