Zoom enters hardware world with 27-interactive Zoom for Home screen for remote working

Zoom enters hardware world with 27-interactive Zoom for Home screen for remote working
Zoom has announced Zoom for Home, a blend of software and hardware to support remote working. The company’s first hardware offering features HD cameras, eight microphones and a touch display.

In a recent study by IBM, 81% of respondents—up from 75% in April—indicated they want to continue working remotely at least some of the time. More than half—61%—would like this to become their primary way of working.

Zoom for Home is designed to meet the needs of the 'new normal' of hybrid workforces.

Zoom for Home - DTEN ME, is the first ever Zoom for Home device. Zoom has partnered with DTEN to create an immersive and productive workspace. Features for the all-in-one 27-inch device include: three built-in wide-angle cameras for high-resolution video; an 8-microphone array for audio in meetings and phone calls; and,  touch display for interactive screen sharing, whiteboarding, and annotating.

Zoom for Home is also compatible with all Zoom Rooms Appliances, including other hardware offereings from Neat and Poly, allowing users to select the hardware they need to create the work-from-home communications experience across spaces such as living rooms and mounted displays.

“After experiencing remote work ourselves for the past several months, it was clear that we needed to innovate a new category dedicated to remote workers,” said Eric S. Yuan, Zoom CEO. 

Zoom for Home - DTEN ME is available for pre-order now for $599 (USD), and is expected to ship in August 2020.





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