Google unveils huge new release that could shake up business world

Google unveils huge new release that could shake up business world

Google and Acer have teamed up to create Chromebase.

Google and Acer have teamed up to create Chromebase, which aims to make office meetings easier with an all-in-one standalone secure video conference device that retails at $799,

While other Chromebase devices exist on the market, this is the first slated specifically for video conferences, according to a The Verge report.

The package includes a 24-inch, 1080p touchscreen, as well as an HD conferencing camera, four microphones, and two stereo speakers.

Google has been trying to break into the video conferencing market for a while now. It released Chromebox for meetings back in 2014, another Acer partnership, but Chromebox doesn’t include a screen.

Chromebase, by comparison, is meant to be a personal terminal for up to two people who want to join a video conference. It connects with Google Hangout meetings and can have up to 25 participants.

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