Suitable Technologies won a TPN Pick Award for their innovative Beam+ workplace and home telepresence tool. Erin Rapacki joins Chris Montera and Geek News Central host Todd Cochrane to accept their award for this amazing tool that allows people to be in two places at ones. Don Baine, the Gadget Professor, chose this awardee for the TPN Pick because of the ease of use and amazing connectivity this gives people working and playing in remote locations.
The Beam+ is a wheeled, remote-controlled video monitor and camera that allows an individual in a remote location to attend meetings, interact in a workplace or classroom and literally be in two places at one time. The Beam system allows users to interact with remote locations by coupling high-end video and audio with the freedom of motion to move about a space. See and be seen, hear and be heard, clearly and consistently. Beam boasts two wide-angle cameras, a 6-microphone array that cancels echo and reduces background noise, a 17″ 4:3 LCD screen, and a powerful built-in speaker.
Find out more about the Beam+ from Suitable Technologies at SuitableTech.com.
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