Samsung Develops HD Videoconference LCD

Ainsley Jones

Samsung is looking to take advantage of increasing interest in videoconferencing technologies with the release of its new LCD monitor. The company has partnered with RADVISION to produce the VC240, a high-definition videoconferencing product that can be used as a standalone videoconferencing LCD or as desktop monitor.


The 24-inch VC240 uses V2oIP and is fully compatible with other VoIP systems, according to SlipperyBrick. The screen features a 5-megapixel camera with noise canceling microphones. The VC240 will retail for $1,999 and be available this fall, reports I4U News.

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