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Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e Easily Make Any Meeting Face-to-Face with Newest Video-Enabled Collaboration

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San Diego, CA – April 29, 2014 /MM-Pixxfly/ —

ComsatAV, a systems integration company, specializing in audio-visual solutions for offices, boardrooms, hospitality venues, restaurants and bars, announced it now has the capabilities to install and service the Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e. This breakthrough technology combines ease-of-use, affordability and professional audio and video abilities to make any meeting space into a video-enabled collaboration place.

No longer must businesses face the antiquated days of complex, proprietary, and ultra-expensive video-conference systems. The Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e ushers in a new era of business-grade video conferencing, with UC application independence, user-friendliness, affordability and flexibility. Businesses can now set up the conference room the way they want and need, with ease, in up to a 32-foot range between camera and speaker.

The Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e allows users to connect the Conference Cam’s USB cable to the user’s PC, MAC or tablet during a meeting and initiate a video-conference within the desktop video conferencing application of their choice. This plug-and-play ability makes video conferencing fast and easy to deploy, allowing groups of 6-10 to gain the benefits of “face time” communications. Users also appreciate the 10x lossless zoom capabilities that offer outstanding resolution and clarity and allow razor-sharp close-ups of white board contents or small objects.

The audio properties of the ConferenceCam mean always having a professional sounding meeting, whether using a tablet or mobile phone via Bluetooth? technology. To avoid accidental pick-ups throughout the office or other conference rooms, the Bluetooth? radius of the Conference Cam is the size of a normal conference room.

By simply touching together an NFC-enabled mobile device to the ConferenceCam, users are instantly connected. And, regardless if users connect with Bluetooth? or NFC, the Conference Cam is programmed to remember only the last mobile device it was paired with for both security and convenience.

All functions of the ConferenceCam are controlled from the base console or with a remote control that docks in the console when not in use. The Conference Cam can be mounted on a wall, table or ledge to achieve correct elevation.

About ComsatAV

Founded in 2004 by Jonathan B. Feld, ComsatAv has grown from delivering only Direct TV business services into a company that now offers a range of commercial audio and visual systems integration. These services include digital signage and audio/video furniture, including Pico Digital PD1000, Technicolor COM1000 and Clean Remote. The Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e is the newest offering from the company provided by Logitech, signaling another way ComsatAV is providing the best in innovation and service to its customers.

Contact: Jonathan Feld
619-780-2482 or info@comsatav.com
1220 Rosecrans Street, Suite 950
San Diego, CA 92106

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