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HELLO – The Most Advanced Video Communication Device

Editor's Rating
4.9/5?

HELLO transforms any TV into the ultimate cross-platform communication device. It is an all-in-one, voice-controlled smart home or office device for video conferencing, wireless screen sharing, live broadcasting, security surveillance with motion detection and more. In fact, their latest Kickstarter stretch goal update says that HELLO will also have additional support for Microsoft Skype, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts, and Cisco WebEx. It works as an easy extension of the already feature-rich Solaborate platform – designed for both individuals and remote working teams that expect high quality, ease of use and feature-rich experiences. The device is engineered with an array of four smart Microphones, a 4K video sensor and quad-core processor working together to guarantee that every person in the room is seen and heard clearly. HELLO also features both a built-in accelerometer and tilting lens, to ensure easy setup on any TV and the image captured is of the highest quality.

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating
4.9
Connectivity
Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Technology
Processor
Quad Core ARM Processor
Lens
130 degree wide angle lens
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