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Zoom Has Released A "Smart" Screen For The Home

Zoom Has Released A "Smart" Screen For The Home

Zoom video call service, which has gained huge popularity against the background of the coronavirus pandemic and the transition to remote access, announced a "smart" screen for the home of DTEN ME. The new product is positioned as a universal communication device with a very simple interface, which is already preloaded with all the necessary software.

DTEN ME is a 27-inch display — in fact, a huge tablet with three wide-angle cameras and eight microphones that allow you to communicate from anywhere in the room. Its production is carried out by a partner company-DTEN.

As the head of Zoom Rooms, Jeff Smith, told TechCrunch, DEN ME is designed as a device that is ready to use right out of the box. The device is suitable for remote work with the function of a shared screen, working video conferences, creating annotations on an interactive whiteboard, phone calls, and so on.

DTEN ME works in close conjunction with a smartphone or computer. As soon as the user connects the devices, their address book, call history, calendar appointments, and other data are synced automatically.

In the US, DTEN ME sells for $599. The company has already started accepting pre-orders and will start delivering the smart screen next month.

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