Rally features Ultra-HD 4K video, modular audio components, expansive PTZ capabilities and Logitech RightSense technologies. These, the company says, will automatically frame people, optimize colour and luminance for human faces and improve vocal clarity for better meetings.
Unlike traditional video conferencing systems, Rally separates the speakers from the microphones.
The Rally Camera features 4K optics and PTZ features to capture every seat in the room. The company claims that the standalone microphones provide a superior audio experience and suppresses noise and echo. The front-of-room speakers claim to offer richer sound than tabletop speakerphones.
The company claims that Logitech Rally is compatible with almost any video conferencing service, such as Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Skype for Business, Zoom, BlueJeans, Google Hangouts Meet and more.
The standalone Logitech Rally Camera is meant for rooms that have a pre-existing audio setup. Logitech Rally system, which includes Rally Camera, plus table and display hubs that minimize cross-room cabling, one speaker and one mic pod, will be available now. The system can be expanded with additional Mic Pods upto a maximum of 7, and 1 additional speaker bar. For more information, please visit Logitech.com or the company’s blog.
“Until now, customers paid a steep price for high quality video and audio system for conferencing solutions in large meeting rooms. Rally portfolio of products offer the customer a premium, modular system that raises the bar for USB-connected AV solutions – all at a fraction of the price of other high-end systems” said Srinivas Rao, Director – Video Collaboration Biz., Logitech, India & South West Asia.