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.