Logitech AV business devices

 

oa-glamor-imagesDuke’s Logitech rep, Warren Widener stopped by today to show us some of Logitech’s business line products (listed below).  Two of the highlights were the BCC950 ConferenceCam and the Logitech Mobile p710eSpeakerphone P710e.

The BCC950 webcam features 1080P video, PTZ operation w/remote, and a built-in speakerphone with echo canceling.  This webcam could be a great solution for folks in small meeting rooms that would like to participate in a video call using apps like Cisco Jabber, WebEx, Skype, etc.  It does not require any software or drivers to be installed.  Warren left one of these for us to test and I’ll write more up about it once we’ve had a chance to use it.  If anyone would like to borrow it let us know.

The P710E speakerphone can be used either wired (USB) or wirelessely (bluetooth).  It features 15 hours of talk time between battery charges.  It even has an adjustable stand for holding a mobile phone or tablet device for video calling.

 

Webcams

Logitech Webcam C930e

Logitech C920-C Webcam

Logitech B525 HD Webcam

Logitech B910 HD Webcam

Audio Devices

Logitech USB Headset Stereo H650e

Logitech Wireless Headset Mono H820e

Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e

Keyboard, mouse, and webcam solution

Logitech UC Solution for Cisco 725-C

 

 


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2 thoughts on “Logitech AV business devices

  1. These devices, are any of them stand alone units or do they all connect through a PC? If so are they able to be used with a MAC? the unit with the cell phone for example, can that work just with the phone and no PC?

    • Hi – this unit needs to use USB with a Mac or PC to use the camera. You can use Bluetooth audio from your cell phone on the audio speaker phone devices (or USB) which is a great use case to turn your phone into an echo cancelled speakerphone you can actually hear. 🙂

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