Video conferencing made easy
With the startling speed of technology change, video conferencing is now not only affordable but easy to use. At the forefront is Logitech, the world’s biggest player in the single room video conferencing space. Director of Product Strategy, Simon Dudley, believes that the future of meetings belongs in the workplace, not the boardroom.
“Video conferencing is no longer locked in the boardroom. Now, everyone in the office can collaborate across town or across the world, so workers can get the job done.”
Logitech’s extra-wide-angle cameras and simple apps mean you can meet in any sized room and go to work. The Logitech MeetUp conference cam system is designed for small conference rooms and huddle rooms, it has 4K optics and a super-wide 120-degree field of view. MeetUp makes every seat at the table clearly visible and its integrated audio is optimised for room acoustics, ensuring everyone can be heard as well as seen. Three beamforming mics and a custom-tuned speaker ensure meetings sound as great as they look. MeetUp plugs into a USB port and simply works. Use any video conferencing software application and cloud service, including the ones you already use.
Logitech’s MeetUp is selling for around $1,139 - which, bang for buck, is great value.