Acer has this week unveiled a new addition to its range of systems running Google’s Chrome OS in the form of a new all in one PC system called the Chromebase for Meetings. That is equipped with a 24 inch LED touchscreen 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS, together with a 720p HD adjustable camera.
The Chromebase for Meetings PC starts from $799 and has been designed to provide an all in one videoconferencing solution which is powered by Intel Celeron dual-core with Google video acceleration all supported by 4GB of memory.
Other features of the system include connectivity via 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit LAN ethernet. Google explains more about how easy it is to use the Chromebase system for videoconferencing.
Joining a video call is as simple as entering the meeting name using the Chromebox for meetings remote control, or by tapping the touchscreen on the Chromebase for meetings. You can also schedule video calls using Google Calendar or Microsoft Outlook®, invite guests, share your computer screen, and more.
If you are interested Google is also offering a chance for the first 1000 businesses to sign up for more information a chance to try out two Chromebase for Meetings systems free for 30 days. For more information jump over to the official Google website via the link below.
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