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Barco adds dual screen support to ClickShare CX-50

Barco adds dual screen support to ClickShare CX-50

Barco adds dual screen support to ClickShare CX-50

Barco has unveiled the second generation of the CX-50 premium ClickShare Conference. The renewed model aims to bring more flexibility to IT manager and offer an inclusive meeting experience for end-users in meeting spaces by adding dual screen support, allowing content to be shown on two room displays side by side. During video meetings, one of the screens is dedicated to the remote participants, where they remain visible at all time via the ClickShare App, providing a more equitable experience for all meeting attendees, where they are present remotely or in-room.

“In a hybrid environment, technology is crucial in giving all meeting participants an equal voice and making collaboration truly successful,” said Stijn Henderickx, EVP meeting and learning experience. “ClickShare Conference helps increase engagement and connection between participants in hybrid meetings.”

Additionally, the CX-50 2nd generation adds native interoperability to fixed room system setups by enabling automatic switching between Room mode and Bring Your Own Meeting mode. This allows users to more easily switch between the fixed room system setup and other videoconferencing solutions. Connectivity options have also been simplified, with a single USB-C cable between the Base Unit and room display to power the device and send video output to the display. IT managers are able to meet strict internal security policies with both a wireless and wired alternative.

Other benefits include easy management via the XMS Cloud platform, SmartCare coverage and the agnostic nature of the product. The renewed model is reportedly one of the first carbon-neutral wireless conferencing solutions on the market, boasting higher energy efficiency and better material use, with housing fabricated from recycled, non-paint plastics.

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