Grandstream, the award-winning supplier of unified communications, has announced the release of the new GVC3213 HD Video Conferencing Endpoint for IPVideoTalk, ideal for remote workers and small meeting spaces.

The new GVC3212 is a compact, easy-to-use and easy-to-deploy HD video conferencing endpoint ideal for remote workers and small meeting spaces. This device easily mounts on any TV and runs on Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk Meeting service, a collaboration platform that allows users to hold meetings that can be joined on nearly any device.

The GVC3212 provides up to 720p HD video and comes equipped with integrated dual microphones that offer high quality voice pickup at up to 3-meter distance, advanced echo cancellation, and sophisticated background noise suppression. It includes built-in dual-band WiFi and supports Miracast & Air Play (pending) wireless content screen sharing, allowing meeting participants to share presentations, videos, or other content without tangling cables. This compact, easy-to-use, easy-to-deploy video conferencing endpoint is the ideal choice for remote workers and who need a price-friendly option that still provides the features necessary to sustain high quality video communications. Features of the GVC3212 include:

  • Advanced camera with 1-megapixel CMOS sensor, 60-degree FOV wide-angle lens
  • Runs on Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk Meetings Platform
  • Integrated dual-band WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • Dual-microphones with 3-meter pickup distance, with advanced acoustic echo cancellation and noise shield technology
  • Built-on adjustable stand for TV-top mounting
  • Supports Miracast & Air Play (pending) for wireless content sharing with meeting attendees
  • Integrated 1x HDMI and 2x USB ports, 1x RJ45 10/100 Mbps port
  • Comes with a companion IR remote control

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