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Key Features:

  • Supports Appliance Mode (no PC required) and USB Mode for video conferencing applications. o Compatible with Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android, Zoom Room, RingCentral Rooms, Tencent Meeting Rooms, and more.
  • Built-in components: 6 beamforming microphones, PTZ camera, 3 speakers, AI Viewfinder, cable management, and retention system. o AI-powered RightSenseâ„¢ Technologies for auto-framing, auto-leveling voices, and noise suppression.
  • Displays supported: 2 (up to 1080p resolution). o Network Protocol Support: IPv4, IPv6. o Proxy Support: IP-based, FQDN-based, Proxy using PAC file. o Interfaces: HDMI Out (2), HDMI In (1), MAC (3x Type A, 1x Type C), Network (10/100/1G Ethernet), WiFi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac), External Mic Input (supports optional Rally Mic Pods).
  • Remote Control: Bluetooth® Low Energy. o Power supply: Auto-sensing with 100-240V, 19V, 4.74A. o Microphones with beamforming elements, noise suppression, and adaptive acoustic broadside beams.
  • Add-on Mics support for larger conference rooms. o Enclosure design with integrated table stand and speaker suspension system to eliminate vibration-induced camera shake and audio interference.


Complementing Peripherals and Accesories:

  • Additional Rally Mic Pods: If you have larger conference rooms or need to accommodate more participants, adding Rally Mic Pods can extend the microphone coverage and ensure everyone’s voice is picked up clearly.
  • Rally Mic Pod Hub: The Rally Mic Pod Hub allows you to connect and manage multiple Rally Mic Pods simultaneously, providing greater scalability for larger meetings.
  • External Display: Consider using an external display in addition to the built-in displays supported by the device. An external display can be used for content sharing, presentation materials, or displaying additional participants’ video feeds.
  • Webcam Privacy Cover: To address privacy concerns, use a webcam privacy cover to physically block the camera when it’s not in use, ensuring no unauthorized access to the video feed.
  • Wireless Keyboard and Mouse: If you’re using the device in appliance mode and want to control the connected video conferencing software more conveniently, a wireless keyboard and mouse can be helpful.
  • Headsets: In case you need private conversations or better audio isolation, participants can use headsets or headphones with built-in microphones.
  • External Speakers: For larger rooms with challenging acoustics, you may consider adding external speakers to enhance audio quality and ensure everyone hears clearly.
  • Ethernet Cable: If you have the option, using a wired Ethernet connection can provide more stable and reliable network connectivity compared to Wi-Fi.
  • USB Hub: If you have several USB peripherals to connect, a USB hub can provide additional ports and simplify the cable management.
  • Document Cameras: In some scenarios, a document camera can be useful for displaying physical documents or objects during presentations.



As an ICT practitioner and event equipment technician he sets up electronics and offers recommendations on the perfect equipment for any event, or home and office electronics set up.

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