Logitech’s new video conferencing portfolio enhances the virtual meeting space

Logitech’s has launched it next generation portfolio of appliance and PC-based solutions that can be used with video conferencing services such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom. The new Logitech Rally Bar, ideal for mid-sized rooms, and Logitech Rally Bar Mini for small rooms, offers cinema-quality video and crisp, clear audio. With the new Logitech RoomMate computing appliance, users can run video conferencing services on Logitech conference cams like Rally Plus without a PC or Mac.

From a second camera on the video bars dedicated to AI and room analytics, to extensible audio coverage with Rally Mic Pods, businesses now have scalable solutions that are both incredibly versatile and simple to use.

“Our team has had the opportunity to use Logitech Rally Bar, and we were impressed with its performance,” said Tomer Mekhty, vice president, global IT operations, ServiceNow. “From the improved video and audio performance to the quick and easy install, Rally Bar is an ideal solution for our modern, connected meeting rooms.”

“In this unique period where the normal course of business is disrupted, Ricoh highly recommends Logitech’s video collaboration solutions for their advanced and broad product portfolio in the AV collaboration space. Logitech is working at a lightning pace to bring cutting edge technology to market and to keep their solutions and software simple and robust. They are consistently listening to and thinking of the end user experience, which is key to the successful adoption of any technology. The Logitech Rally Bar products will benefit our customers by providing ultimate flexibility and an agnostic approach to meeting spaces,” said Andrew Nelson, EMEA sales director, Ricoh Europe PLC.

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