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If you didn’t make it to Zoomtopia this year, you were missing out. As I mentioned to Gary on rAVe [TV], it was one of the best shows/conferences I’ve ever attended. From the networking to the engaging speakers to the entertainment, I had an amazing time and I hope I get to go back next year.
I got to spend some time at MAXHUB’s booth, and my time there definitely didn’t disappoint. Not only are Sam Malik and Charlie Montoya fun to hang out with, they also know what’s what when it comes to displays and collaboration. MAXHUB is your one-stop shop for virtually any display imaginable — but at Zoomtopia the company was really focusing on its new IFPS — the V6 Classic and the V6 ViewPro.
I twisted Charlie’s arm enough to get a quick booth tour — and you get to see a little of both IFPs and their functionality below:
So, let’s talk about the two products because they have some differences. First, the V6 Classic: It’s an all-in-one interactive flat panel with a camera, microphones (eight of them!) and speakers built in. It also includes an Intel i5 PC OPS on the back (this is removable and upgradable by the way — and can be done very easily). This device thrives with simple plug-and-play technology, and has the option to connect via the network or Wi-Fi. Charlie goes into a little more detail below:
Next up, the V6 ViewPro. This is pretty much the next step up from the Classic. Just by looking at it, you can see it includes an extra camera (with 3x optical zoom). Like the Classic, it also includes microphones built into the top and it has speakers down the side. It also has the same options in terms of the i5 processor. (You can upgrade to i7 and MAXHUB is currently working on i9.) The ViewPro allows for a little more customization, including adding meeting devices and applications, or a simple whiteboarding technology built right into the device (rather than having to use the Zoom application for whiteboarding).
You can see more of it below:
While these were not the only products at the MAXHUB stand (the company was also showing a few of its tabletop microphone options and tabletop cameras) the two IFPs were definitely the focal point. Make sure to watch the above videos and check out MAXHUB’s website for more information about either.
Until next time, Zoomtopia and until next time, MAXHUB!