Logitech has been in the camera business for decades and it’s always the search for solutions for small conferences and huddle rooms that is always on their mind.
Last week, we were invited to join a group of business executives amd media representatives to Logitech’s first-ever video conferencing using MeetUp for the Southeast Asia press briefing.
Guys from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Bangkok, Thailand; Singapore; and Manila, Philippines get together for a visep conference to highlight the valuable use of MeetUp.
Logitech MeetUp is a premier conference camera designed for small conference rooms and huddle rooms. It packs a super-wide 120° field of view, making every seat at the table clearly visible. It also has a motorized pan/tilt widens FOV even further: up to 175°. A low-distortion Logitech-engineered lens, Ultra HD 4K optics, and three camera presets delicer remarkable video quality and further enhance face-to-face collaboration.
MeetUp is plug-and-play and simply works right out of the box with any video conferencing softwate application and cloud service.
“Every meeting room should be doing video collaboration because it’s great than just by talking on the phone or having conversations via email,” said a Logitech executive from Singapore. “And of course, it’s not expensive. Video conferencing saves you money from traveling to specific locations,” he added.
MeetUp can accommodate 5-10 participants. MeetUp comes with built-in microphone and speaker. Logitech will soon be launching with a mobile app compatible for the MeetUp conference camera sometime in July.
*All photos captured by and directly uploaded via OPPO F3 mobile smartphone.
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