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Poly video bars first Android-based to offer native Google Meet

Studio X family of video bars will be the first Android-based, single codec video appliances for Google Meet

Poly has announced that its Studio X products – including the Studio X30, Studio X50, Studio X70, and the TC8 controller – are the first Android-based appliances to offer a native Google Meet experience, joining the company’s growing list of devices certified for Meet, Google Voice, and Chrome OS.

“Poly’s innovation across their pro-grade audio and video solutions are the ultimate equalisers for a consistently great meeting experience, which is why we chose to partner with Poly as the first Android-based video appliances certified for Google Meet,” said David Citron director Google Meet and Voice. “Together, we are committed to equipping today’s hybrid workforce with the technology that takes meetings to the next level.”

Chris Moss, head of product and portfolio management, Poly, added: “Poly and Google Workspace are celebrating this milestone of providing an intuitive and powerful enterprise-grade video conferencing solution for Google Meet customer. We share a common vision of providing an immersive and equitable meeting experience for all participants by reimagining the future of meetings and the hybrid collaboration experience.”

All Poly devices certified for Google Meet and Google Voice are supported by the Poly Lens App on PC and Mac, which allows IT managers to troubleshoot, push software updates, and remotely manage devices. Poly Lens App support will be available for ChromeOS devices in Q2 2023.

Poly Studio X family certified for Google Meet will be available worldwide in January 2023. All other certified devices listed above are currently available.