Zoom jumps into the hardware market with its first work-from-home product line titled “Zoom for Home”
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has made video conferencing service Zoom an incredibly useful and popular app that saw over 300 million daily active users by April 2020, compared to only 10 million in December of last year. Now, the company is expanding into the hardware market to launch the product which will be handled by third-party manufacturers, given Zoom is still predominantly a software company.
Zoom for Home DTEN ME, made by DTEN, a manufacturer that usually designs technical solutions for conference rooms, features a 27-inch monitor equipped with three in-built wide-angle cameras, eight separate microphones, and a touchscreen display that can be used for presentations or annotations, perfect for work-from-home arrangements
Watch the sneak peek down below and head to DTEN’s website to learn more. Zoom for Home DTEN ME is now available for pre-orders, retailing for $600 USD.