Published on 18 February, 2015
All AVer video conferencing systems provide a one-touch recording function
AVer’s point to point and multipoint video conferencing systems, entirely developed, designed and manufactured in Taiwan, have been granted the right to bear the MIT Smile logo by Taiwan’s (the Republic of China’s) Ministry of Economic Affairs. AVer is honored to receive this acknowledgement of the role its video conferencing systems play in maintaining Taiwan’s reputation for excellent, reliable high-tech products.
AVer video conferencing systems are designed first and foremost with users’ needs and convenience in mind. They boast an intuitive user interface and lightweight, compact design well-suited to nearly any office environment, as well as an industry-leading three year warranty. The EVC130P point-to-point system, EVC300 4-point system and EVC900 10-point system all come with a Pan Tilt Zoom camera capable of 16X optical zoom and feature full HD 1080p content sharing, ensuring a clear view of all participants. The point-to-point EVC130 includes a wide-angle lens with an 88° field of view perfect for large auditoriums. Multipoint EVC systems also provide a voice-activated layout switch function that automatically enlarges the image of whoever is speaking. All AVer video conferencing systems provide a one-touch recording function, providing users a handy record of meetings for future reference. Users can play back recorded meetings directly on the codec and change their layout as desired, a first in the video conferencing industry.
AVer video conferencing users can also take advantage of AVer’s EZMeetup software to join EVC300 or EVC900 meetings on their smart phone, tablet or PC, regardless of time or place. All EVC series systems are compatible with AVer’s ScreenShare and VCLink value-added software, allowing users to make versatile, engaging presentations.
Between their user-friendly design and powerful features, AVer video conferencing systems represent the best of Taiwanese ingenuity. AVer is proud to have its products bear the MIT Smile logo in acknowledgement that they are 100% created in Taiwan.