Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500 To Enhance Collaboration Meeting Space

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Through the event Ignite 2017 Microsoft conference, Lenovo reportedly recently successfully introduced a new ThinkSmart Hub 500 to facilitate business users who want to collaborate via Skype.
Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500
Lenovo’s latest Skype Room System All-in-one (AIO) run on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise has the ability to connect remote and local collaborators to Skype for Business meetings, without having to worry about sharing personal laptop screens and playing games -main with cable.
According to Christian Teismann who currently serves as a senior vice president and general manager, Commercial Business Segment, Lenovo PCSD, as the transformation of existing work systems needs to be provided a tool that enables efficiency and productivity to stay alive apart. One of the needs that must be changed is how a meeting can be done smoothly and effectively without having to waste time, energy and also a lot of cost of course. Therefore, Lenovo proudly presents the latest ThinkSmart Hub 500 is expected to help solve the problems faced by these businessmen.
Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500
In addition to a fully rotatable 11.6-inch touch screen, the Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500 also comes with a 360-degree array microphone to eliminate the necessity of standing in the sweet spot for clear communication, and Dolby Audio Premium sound quality.
Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500
Intended for businesspeople, Lenovo’s latest AIO is one of the many devices that make video conferencing much easier and more functional. Consumers now have a variety of solutions to choose from at various price points ranging from AIOs like ThinkUmart Hub 500 and MeetUp Logitiech cameras, to more expensive devices like Microsoft Surface Hub and Jamboard that compete from Google.
92 percent of businesses plan the Workplace Transformation Initiatives (WTI) to build the concept of smart office (intelligent office) that will enhance the collaboration experience. And Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500 is presented as one way to enter the exponential growth of the existence of the smart office itself.

Lenovo seems to be implementing a pilot program with ThinkSmart Hub 500 by the end of this year although it will not be available in the first quarter of 2018.

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