Zoom wants you to buy a $600 second screen to use exclusively for videoconferencing
- Zoom, the ultra-popular
videoconferencingplatform, is launching a line of work-from-home products.
- The first is a standalone screen priced at $599 designed to be a one-stop-shop for all your video conferencing needs, with eight microphones and a touchscreen for easy annotation in real-time.
- You can use the screen with any type of account, including the basic, free version.
Zoom, the video conferencing platform that's experienced a surge in business during the COVID-19 pandemic, is delving into hardware.
It's launching a line of "
You sign in with your Zoom account, regardless of if you have a basic or premium type, and your calendar and settings sync automatically. The product is geared more toward business professionals, but consumers can use it too, according to the company. The Zoom for Home DTEN ME is available now for pre-order, and only for customers in the US.
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