Google has this week unveiled a new Google Chromebox for meetings system that has been created for businesses to carry out face-to-face discussions.
The system has been created to expand on the system that have already been available to shrink the distance between remote offices.
Features of the new Chromebox for meetings hardware include a pan-tilt-zoom camera that takes the form of a USB-enabled 1080 HD PTZ to deliver professional video quality for larger conference spaces.
Together with two microphones and speakers as well as the ability to connect two monitors to the PTZ camera and dual microphone and speakers. Google explains :
Today, we’re expanding to bigger spaces. Chromebox for meetings now supports larger meeting rooms, so groups of up to twenty can seamlessly sync with colleagues around the world and still feel like they’re in the same place. Companies of all sizes, including Whirlpool Corporation, Netflix and Foursquare have tested Chromebox for meetings for the large room and said their users have enjoyed the video quality of the HD meetings.
Managing and deploying Chromebox for meetings for the large room is still just as simple. Chromebox for meetings runs on Chrome OS, which means it’s fast, secure and easy to manage. And setup and deployment for larger rooms is still just as easy — with Chrome management, admins can deploy devices in minutes and remotely manage tens of thousands of devices.
For more information on the new the Google Chromebox for meetings jump over to the official press release website for details via the link below.
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