Dell launches USB-C hub with integrated speakerphone For quality conferences
In COVID-19 times, audio and video calls, whether for conversations with friends or for work, increased considerably. We have seen the rise of services like Zoom and even the arrival of others like Facebook Rooms, to bring together more than 50 people in a single connection.
Therefore, Dell has just launched its Mobile Adapter Speakerphone, a new USB hub that also has an integrated speakerphone system for calls. The device also has a USB-C port and cable, with passthrough of up to 90W for device recharging, an HDMI 2.0 port with 4K 60Hz monitor support and two USB-A ports that allow 10Gbps connections to pass through.
Regarding audio, the hub has dedicated buttons for volume control, accepting or ending a call and muting the audio itself, as well as a pair of microphones that promise 360º capture and built-in echo cancellation. Such technology, however, does not charge cheap, and the Mobile Adapter Speakerphone costs a hefty $ 199.99, being almost four times more expensive than an ordinary hub.
The novelty is now available for purchase through the company’s website. Here, we had the launch of new models of the Latitude and Precision workstation notebook lines, bringing 10th generation Intel Core vPro processors, and Nvidia Quadro RTX GPUs with options that reach prices of more than $ 4400.
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