First Windows Collaboration Display previewed at Microsoft Inspire

Last month, Microsoft announced a new category of devices called Windows Collaboration Displays. Windows Collaboration Displays are large, interactive displays that are meant for meeting rooms. These displays will allow people to experience Microsoft 365 services such as Office, Teams and Whiteboard at room scale. These displays will also include built-in sensors that can connect to Azure IoT spatial intelligence capabilities.

At Microsoft Inspire conference this week, Avocor, one of the fastest-growing collaboration display solution company, revealed its new Windows collaboration display. Windows collaboration display built by Avocor features 4K resolution at 60 Hertz and it connects to any Windows 10 PC via a single USB-C. It will support up to 20-point touch to enable great collaboration experience. And it comes with inking capabilities for great whiteboarding experience. It will also feature integrated cameras, stereo speakers and far-field microphones. The built-in sensors can connect to Azure IoT Smart Spaces, so facility managers can utilize the environmental data they collect to make real-time decisions.

“Avocor is working with Microsoft to accelerate the customer experience so it’s easy and effective,” said Scott Hix, CEO Avocor. “We have worked together with Microsoft to ensure the Windows collaboration displays by Avocor perform flawlessly, maximize the Microsoft 365 experience for teams and integrate seamlessly into every enterprise.”

Windows collaboration displays by Avocor will be launched later this summer. The Windows collaboration displays by Avocor are on display at Microsoft Inspire in the Microsoft Pavilion in The Commons at Mandalay Bay.

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