If you were a company making printers, you’d be trying to diversify now, too: Brother International Corporation launches its NW-1000 webcam and VT-1000 speakerphone to add to the newly- launched cloud-based OmniJoin Web Conferencing service.
Printer companies see themselves as experts in SMB and SOHO technology and so the product range extension comes natural, to their mind.
Brother’s webcam and speakerphone work with most any web conferencing service, but are optimized to work with the OmniJoin Web Conferencing service. They will quickly and easily provide users with clear audio and HD-quality video experience1, using plug-and-play hardware via universal USB connection. The benefits of this experience include:
"Until now, videoconferencing products for SMBs and home office workers have been cost prohibitive, or have had challenges around compatibility and performance quality," says Bill Henderson, VP Brother International Corporation. "Our products, combined with the OmniJoin™ service, represent an ideal marriage of affordable, quality plug-and-play hardware and an online cloud service to assist the small to mid-size business community in their day-to-day work and collaboration."
The VT-1000 Speakerphone (MSRP in USA under $100) allows users to simply connect their desktop, laptop or even smartphone to the device for easy conversion into a high-quality speakerphone.
The NW-1000 Webcam (MSRP in USA under $100) offers plug-and-play installation with a simple, compact form factor and universal mount to rest easily on any desktop, notebook or within a conference room. It offers HD image quality video1 with full HD1080 and HD720 video image, as well as wide angle image capture so users can see everyone on the conference call. Dual microphones.