VIDEO CONFERENCING FOR UP TO 4 PEOPLE WITH HD QUALITY
Small groups can run their own video conferences anytime, anywhere. BCC950 video conferencing system, with its high-definition, plug-and-play webcam and speakerphone, is ideal for small rooms or small groups. Set it up quickly and easily at an office desk or on a conference table. HD video and crystal-clear audio combine high quality with affordability.
Just plug and play. BCC950 includes wideband audio from a full duplex speakerphone and HD video. In other words, it’s everything you need to quickly launch a small video conference with up to 4 people in one room.
EASY TO SET UP AND USE
Compatible with both PC and Mac and designed to work with many video conferencing software applications, BCC950 makes it easy to launch a small group video collaboration at a moment’s notice. No training required.
PERFECT FOR PRODUCTIVE TEAMS
BCC950 is designed with small groups in mind. Omni-directional speaker and noise-cancelling microphone allow all meeting members to clearly hear and be heard up to 8 feet away. BCC950 is designed for use in private offices, home offices, or virtually any semi-private space.
WORKS WITH POPULAR MEETING APPS
Use the video conferencing software you’re already familiar with. BCC950 works with virtually any VC application, including Microsoft® Lync®, Skype™, Skype for Business, WebEx®, and most other popular video conferencing platforms.
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