Google reveals $999 Chromosome videoconferencing package for businesses
Google has reportedly started selling a 999 dollars videoconferencing package that combines a Chromebox and a video camera to enable inexpensive videoconferencing for businesses.
The designed system, which lets people conference without wires, is temporarily named the 'Chromebox' and is being used internally at Google.
The system includes four components: a new, more powerful Chromebox, based on the Intel Core i7; a 1080p HD camera module; a combination microphone/speaker; and an RF remote control, PC World reported.
Caesar Sengupta, vice president of product management for Google said that the system worked quite well for Google and that it was happy to bring this to other companies.
Meanwhile, Google also said that Gilt Group, Eventbrite, and Woolworths UK had trialed Chromebox for meetings.
(Posted on 07-02-2014)