As common as it is for businesses to meet and collaborate with people in remote locations, it’s surprising to know that 95% of conference rooms lack the ability to do video-conferencing. Most organizations have opted to forego the expense of installing expensive wiring and equipment and have settled for voice-only conferencing systems. While this is functional it’s really not optimal because participants can miss visual cues like body language and facial expressions during meetings. With the introduction of the ConferenceCam CC3000e, Logitech hopes to fill the void of affordable, high quality video-conferencing solutions.
Optimized for smaller workgroups of six to ten people, the cc3000e includes a 1080p HD video camera, enterprise-quality audio and the ability to connect to a laptop, tablet or smartphone. It has plug-and-play capabilities and supports calls made through common video software like Skype, Jabber, WebEx, Vidyo and Microsoft Lync. Audio quality is sharp enough that users can easily be heard sitting as far as 20 feet away from the microphone. The camera has a 90 degree field of view with remote controlled 260-degree panning and 10 times lossless zoom.
Priced under $1000.00, the Logitech cc3000e is an affordable, high-quality video conferencing solution that can turn any meeting room into a video collaboration workspace.