Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e makes communications easier at the office
How much time have you spent in the past trying to set up a video conference? It is not all plug and play as most people would have you believe, and neither is video conferencing the reserved domain of executives in the boardroom. I am quite sure that a fair number of us out there have experienced the difficulty of deploying video conferencing software on PCs which are unable to hook up to meeting rooms, being a complex monster that might be considered too expensive to deploy, especially for start-ups that are tight on cash. Logitech intends to change the landscape of video conferencing by introducing the all new Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e.
The Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e happens to be a powerful solution which is able to transform any small or midsize conference room into a video collaboration room. Apart from that, it is also relatively affordable without passing the $1,000 price point, making it a whole lot more affordable compared to majority of the other systems that you would find in most conference rooms.
Specially optimized to cater to workgroups that number anywhere from six to 10 people, the Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e delivers no-IT-necessary ease of use and a number of unique features. For instance, you will be able to enjoy a 90-degree field of view with 10x lossless zoom, courtesy of a Carl Zeiss-certified glass lens as well as a remote-controlled 260-degree pan so that close-ups and whiteboard details end up crystal clear for parties on the other side. When you talk, fret not about misunderstanding since noise and echo cancellation in addition to omni-directional stereo or mono sound with a 20-foot diameter range are more than capable of delivering superior sound, while for added peace of mind, a Kensington Security slot has also been thrown into the mix to deter any thieving attempt.
The Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e has been specially optimized for Microsoft Lync, Cisco Jabber and WebEx compatible, Skype certified and integrated with Vidyo, so that you know how best to get started right out of the box.