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Why Zoom thinks you might want Zoom-branded hardware

24 days ago   |   By Fortune

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Insanely popular video conferencing software provider Zoom is making a move to extend its offerings into consumer hardware.
On Wednesday, the company opened preorders for the $600 Zoom for Home DTEN ME all-in-one video conferencing screen. Shipments for the device arrive next month in the U.S. and in September in Europe and Asia-Pacific countries.
The new device has a 27-inch touchscreen, three built in cameras, eight microphones, and speakers. It can...
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