All-in-one 24" video conferencing device from Google + Acer

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Laszlo Levente Mári@laszlolm · CEO @ Dakai - Blockchain Services
umm, paying $799 for exclusively video conferencing might be a waste of money but who knows??
Jack SmithHunter@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@noxowe within a company you often can't put up with the risk of skype not working etc. and so video conferencing can be very important and companies do pay to ensure that it works. So does seem expensive on the surface, but might not be for many companies, especially ones with multiple offices
Andreas Duess@andreasduess · CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
@noxowe I was thinking the same thing. We use for our video conf needs and have just added a camera to a Mac Mini connected to a big screen in our conference room. Has the added benefit of being a fully fledged computer during meetings.
Laszlo Levente Mári@laszlolm · CEO @ Dakai - Blockchain Services
@andreasduess Yes but even if everyone gets a very good Lenovo laptop or a Chromebook, just to stay at the point + a very good microphone, they don't reach this pricetag. I don't really understand but I guess we will see in some months
Michael Musgrove@mbmusgrove · Marketing guy.
@noxowe I worked for a newswire company in the 90s that spent $10k per bureau (13 of them) for teleconferencing equipment that was only a screen, pc tower, webcam and conference mike. Total times used: zero.
Jack SmithHunter@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
Looks a bit like a Chrome version of an iMac. it's designed pretty much exclusively for video conferencing, with features like 4 in-built microphones. more info here:
Yuri Kleban@yurikleban · Googler by day, Startup-er by night
finally can have one outside of work :) these are actually super convenient and effective (at least at work)
Sam Doshi@samir_doshi · Co Founder @
so cool --- love when software and hardware are designed to work together from the ground up