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New Wireless USB Extender for Phoenix Audio® Speakerphones and cloud based video conferencing
"Phoenix Audio Spider is just one of the USB 2.0 speakerphone available today that we can make wireless with the USB2Air."
USB2Air™ is a wireless USB 2.0 extension system which we will plug into the Phoenix Audio spider to make wireless. This process could not be easier but does require a Windows PC. Once we plug the USB 2.0 wireless transceivers into our laptop and the speakerphone we have a wireless USB 2.0 connection.
Philadelphia, PA - March 15th, 2017 - A new wireless USB extension product has recently been released by HuddleCamHD® allowing the Phoenix Audio speakerphone products to be made completely wireless. The USB2Air is the industries first low-latency wireless USB 2.0 extension system built for video and audio conferencing in real-time. The system is currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter and that company reports shipments for early May of 2017.
"Phoenix Audio Spider is just one of the USB 2.0 speakerphone available today that we can make wireless with the USB2Air," says Paul Richards, Director of Business Development. "In fact, we are showing multiple devices connected the USB2Air to demonstrate how easily you can use the USB2Air with a USB 2.0 Hub." The wireless connection from the USB2Air transmitter and receiver allow users to connect multiple devices far away from their computer (up to 25′). The USB2Air provides a wireless connection strong enough to allow multiple devices to operate as if they were connected directly via USB 2.0.
If you are reading this press release before March 31st 2017 you can still take advantage of early bird discounts and receive this product BEFORE everyone else here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/huddlecamhd/wireless-usb-20-video-extension-system-the-usb2air
Company Name: HuddleCam HD
Contact Person: Paul Richards
Phone: 1 800 486-5276
Address:152 Robbins Rd
Country: United States
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