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Review: Affordable videoconferencing for real conference rooms
With a high-performance camera and separate audio module, the Logitech CC3000e conquers rooms too large for most off-the-shelf videoconferencing products
With integrated AV gear now routine on notebooks, desktops, and mobile devices, third-party videoconferencing products generally support small groups whose participants can be captured by wide-angle or swiveling cameras atop audio gear. But unless you're willing to spend a small fortune on elaborate telepresence systems, there's little available for slightly larger groups at larger tables -- say, up to 10 folks seated in a boardroom or midsize conference room.
The Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e tackles these scenarios with a high-performance camera and separate audio unit, each connected with 16-foot cables to a small hub that in turn connects to a PC or Mac via a 10-foot USB cable. The audio unit also connects via either Bluetooth or NFC to mobile devices, for streaming voice calls only.
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