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Zoom announces 27-inch touchscreen for taking video calls at home

Zoom announces 27-inch touchscreen for taking video calls at home

Plenty of folks will rely on Zoom for the foreseeable future, so naturally the company is getting into the hardware game. 

The San Jose-based video conferencing company announced its first Zoom from Home device on Wednesday. It’s a partnership with DTEN, also based in San Jose, which makes corporate video conferencing equipment. It’s accepting pre-orders for the DTEN ME for $ 599, which should ship in August. 

It’s essentially a second monitor for your desk that works natively with Zoom, enabling video calls and collaboration with a big, fancy touchscreen.

The screen is big and thin.

The screen is big and thin.

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