Video chats made easy

As you walk about in front of a large TV screen its camera tracks your movements keeping you in focus, while its mic follows your voice adjusting for distance, which lets your viewers hear constant volume.

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By  Jason Saundalkar Published  September 28, 2005

As you walk about in front of a large TV screen its camera tracks your movements keeping you in focus, while its mic follows your voice adjusting for distance, which lets your viewers hear constant volume. The viewers are up to five of your colleagues around the world in their own offices. You can see all of them in a portion of the screen. Likewise you can each see each other's spreadsheets and presentations as their computers hook up to the world's most advanced, fully integrated, video conferencing system, the Polycrom VSX 3000. "It saves a lot of stress, jet lag, time and money on all that executive global travel," says Joy Johny, corporate accounts engineer of Zahra Technology, which sells systems in the Middle East through IT company - Business Connection. The Polycom VSX 3000 is a stylish and compact video conferencing system, that can send and recieve both audio and video. With an integrated LCD screen, the Polycom is easier to use in a shared environment, delivering ease of use with powerful video and audio performance. The Polycom can also act as a PC display when not in a video call. For executives, the Polycom VSX 3000 frees up conference rooms by moving calls requiring only a few individuals to a smaller meeting space. And for remote locations the Polycom helps off-site professionals such as regional sales representatives.

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