THIS IS A PROMOTED POST FROM LOGITECH
In 2017, there was a perfect storm of convergence for Logitech and the timing of its worldwide debut of the MeetUp, a 120-degree All-in-one Conference Camera. At the beginning of 2017, the collaboration board debuted at ISE 2017, in Amsterdam, from more than a dozen companies — adding a pre-integrated AV system to any space that wanted one. Then, the industry saw a nearly-overnight adoption of cloud-based videoconferencing systems as Zoom, Skype and WebEx added the capability for click-and-connect video meetings to every space — no matter the size or shape. And finally, the emergence of 4K as the resolution standard meant that better cameras brought better imaging to every meeting.
Enter the Logitech MeetUp in June 2017 — perfectly planned for an InfoComm launch. It was an overnight sensation as MeetUp was the first conferencing camera to be way, way more than a conferencing camera. Meetup is a three-microphone speakerphone (with an optional fourth “extension” microphone for large spaces) and a pan/tilt 4K resolution (3840×2160) camera with a 120-degree field of view all packaged in an all-in-one design that can be mounted above or below the monitor, or really anywhere you want to place it in the room. And, the entire thing connects to ANY collaboration Board (or PC) via one USB port while giving you 100 percent compatibility with every cloud-based videoconferencing system on the market today.
Industry-wide adoption was nearly immediate. That’s why the Logitech MeetUp won the 2018 rAVe Readers’ Choice Award for Favorite Overall New Product This means it beat out every other new product launched in 2017 in the entire commercial AV market. All of them!
So, if you’re not using the MeetUp yet for your small meeting rooms or huddle spaces, why not?
All the specs on the Logitech MeetUp are here.