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.