Mimo Intros New UCC Meeting Room Controller, Myst Echo

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Mimo Monitors announced a new flexible conference room display dubbed the Myst Echo. The company says the Echo is a conference room display with HDMI capture that also allows users to connect a laptop to a room system’s AV equipment for use with any video meeting or video conferencing software. Suppose the installed room system (Google Meet, Microsoft Teams Room, Zoom Rooms) is not the needed platform. In that case, Mimo says users can bring their own laptop (BYOD or BYOM — Bring your own device or machine) and seamlessly connect to the room’s high-quality video, audio and run the meeting from a user’s laptop. With the Myst Echo, Mimo says users can deploy video conferencing room solutions from providers like Microsoft, Zoom, or any other video conferencing platform while also allowing people to use those deployed rooms with all other video services. This is the best of all worlds, where every conference room can accommodate any online meeting.

Here’s a video on how it works:

The company says this conference room solution is recognized by PCs as a regular display and can also supply power back for charging, too. The capacitive touch display provides a USB connection through to the host computer for connecting hardware such as a speaker/mic without requiring any additional extenders or cables. The Myst Echo complies with Google Meet and other conference room platforms and features integrated cable management and strain relief, two separate audio paths for speakers and headphones, light, human presence, temperature and orientation sensors, and support for standby and low-power modes with auto wakeup.

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Similar to the Myst Link, the Myst Echo was also designed from the start to be a UCC conference room interface and controller, in one.