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Zoom brings video-call display for teleworkers to Japan

27-inch all-in-one smart screen debuts in October for $850

The all-in-one display, unveiled in the U.S. last month, eliminates the need to set up a webcam and other devices. (Photo courtesy of Zoom)

TOKYO -- A dedicated Zoom video-conferencing device will debut in Japan this October that the company says will improve the comfort and efficiency of video calls for remote workers.

The display is a 27-inch touch panel with a built-in eight-microphone array and three webcams with a whiteboard capability. The product eliminates the need to set up a webcam or connect earphones to computers for Zoom calls, said ZVC Japan, the Japanese arm of California-based Zoom Video Communications.

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