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.