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The company enters the hardware scene with a device for all those work-from-home meetings.
Zoom’s touchscreen device is launching at $599.
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, working from home is becoming the norm. Video chat app Zoom is leaning into the circumstances, entering the hardware market with the launch of a 27-inch 1080p touchscreen device it calls the Zoom for Home DTEN ME.
The $599 Zoom screen, produced by partner DTEN, has three wide-angle cameras, an eight-microphone array and integrated speakers for your video calls. The smart camera “optimizes the view of the room,” according to Zoom, and has echo cancellation and automatic noise reduction.
Zoom’s full HD multi-touch display can also be used for whiteboarding and annotation.
It’s just 0.5 inches thick and weighs 14.5 pounds, making it easily portable.