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AVer launches all-in-one cost effective videoconferencing solution

Targeted at SMBs and the education and healthcare sectors, the new EVC130 series from HD videoconferencing equipment developer AVer offers a cost effective VC solution.

AVer, a global provider of HD video-conferencing products, surveillance, and presentation technology, has launched the EVC130 and EVC130p full HD (1080p) endpoint video conferencing solutions.

The slim, lightweightweight series is targeted at SMBs and the education and healthcare sectors.

The EVC130 features a range of built-in features that, according to the company, will maintain the highest levels of performance and low total cost of ownership. It boasts a 2MP fixed focus camera with an 88° field of view and 4x digital zoom, making it versatile enough for a person-to-person call or to broadcast an entire room. With 1080p resolution for main video and 720p for content sharing, both at 30fps, it also offers superb value compared to competitor HD solutions, says the company.

The EVC130p offers identical features as the EVC130 but with enhanced features, including a 2MP Point-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera, featuring a powerful 16x optical zoom to give users a greater degree of precision and even more control over image manipulation and positioning.

Other features of the EVC130 series include: a brand new microphone array system that houses three individual mic receivers which identify the main audio source and fade out unwanted background noise; advanced audio processing through echo cancellation to minimise feedback and “double-talk” from the speaker; and automatic gain control compensates for changes in audio volume. Additionally, the EVC130 can daisy-chain up to four additional EVC microphones to greatly expand the coverage area.

Both setup and operation are said to be simple, and AVer also includes HELPer, its High Efficiency Lost Packet Recovery mechanism that automatically calibrates bit-rate to compensate for bandwidth issues, adjusts call resolution and handles frame resend requests if data loss occurs.