HP has announced a new collaboration solutions, including the HP Collaboration PC, a dedicated meeting room PC that offers businesses a cost-effective way to improve collaboration between colleagues.
The company also showcased the HP Conferencing Keyboard and the HP ProDisplay P222c Video Conferencing Monitor.
The Collaboration PC provides a wireless connection to any display or projector for an on-screen collaboration. The content is accessed within the corporate network by entering a unique PIN for log in.
The Collaboration PC includes – the EliteDesk Mini PC powered by Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors with Intel vPro technology.
The HP’s suite of collaboration solutions includes:
HP ProDisplay P222c Video Conferencing Monitor – It is a 21.5-inch monitor is HP’s first certified Skype for Business affordable priced under $200 and offers high-quality audio and video, as well as hot keys on the bezel to control call settings.
HP Conferencing Keyboard – This full-sized quiet USB keyboard is optimized for Skype for Business so a user can directly manage calls, devices and content with dedicated keys.
HP Chromebox for Meetings – Powered by an Intel Core processor, HP Chromebox is compatible with other video conferencing systems and supports dial-out and dial-in access with a number of unified communications providers.
Chromebox for Meetings connects to nearly any display or TV and offers dual display with DisplayPort and HDMI outputs and a VESA mounting capability.
HP Collaboration PC is expected to be available in June, starting at $719. HP Chromebox for Meetings is expected to be available in June, starting at $999.
HP ProDisplay P222c Video Conferencing Monitor is expected to be available in July, starting at $199, while the HP Conferencing Keyboard is available now, starting at $79.