In the Small Bundle the following items are included:
- Logitech MeetUp Conference Camera
- Logitech Tap Cat 5e Touch Controller
- Lenovo ThinkSmart Core i5
Bringing teams closer together
Logitech and Microsoft are working together to promote inclusive meeting experiences for people and teams, regardless of their location. Our environment of software, services and Microsoft Teams Rooms certified hardware is easily scalable, easy to use, easy to manage and enables seamless connections for hybrid work environments.
Solutions for every space
Whether it's your personal office or the boardroom, Logitech and Microsoft are creating better hybrid meeting experiences so teams can align the way they work anywhere, anytime. With our flexible solutions, you can choose between Teams Rooms for Windows or Android and switch as needed. Below is more information about our shared solutions.
The bundle also includes the option for Logitech JumpStart.
With this service, Logitech offers expert support to help you integrate the room solution. Once the room solution is registered, you will have 90 days to use the service.
Your workspace, your work style
Create the ideal personal workspace with Logitech's portfolio of webcams, headsets and all-in-one docking station. Clear picture, distraction-free sound and easy meeting participation at the touch of a button.
Keep everyone in view
Level the playing field for remote participants - make sure everyone can see who's in the room and who's talking. With RightSight 2's grid view, Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini complement Teams Rooms' dynamic view to provide crucial room context.
Space to grow
Start with a Logitech ConferenceCam and Tap Touch controller and expand your space with a Tap Scheduler, Scribe camera or a variety of mounting and cabling options. Our solutions give you the flexibility to customise and scale your rooms as needed.
Tap Controller: Clean setup
Thanks to flexible cabling, Tap can be placed close to the conferees, while you can conveniently place the host computer in a cabinet, under a table or behind a screen.
Just the right presence
With a large 10.1-inch display, a low-profile design and a motion sensor for constant readiness, Tap makes a sleek and discreet presence in the room.
Pass the cables through the back or bottom. Hold the connections in place with the built-in strain relief and security mechanisms.
Mount Tap almost anywhere in the room with table and articulating mounts that fit standard cable grommets and rotate 180° for visibility and convenience, or save table space in small rooms with the wall mount.
The MeetUp: All-in-one ConferenceCam with ultra-wide-angle lens for small spaces
Synchronising voice and video is just the first step to natural conversations. RightSound™ technology incorporates a beamforming microphone array to capture speech, automatically balancing louder and softer voices and suppressing noise.
MeetUp attaches to the display like a soundbar. This eliminates the need for a tabletop speakerphone with its cables running all over the room and provides more usable space.
Set speakers in perfect focus and keep background distractions to a minimum. Zoom in to show whiteboards and other objects so participants in other locations can see what you see. Thanks to the advanced 4K image sensor, video is always crisp and clear, even when zooming in on small details.
Premium Camera Optics
MeetUp is equipped with meticulously designed premium camera optics that capture a wide field of view without distorting faces or furnishings with a "fish-eye" effect. Faces look lifelike, whiteboard text is legible and straight lines stay straight.
The Logitech auxiliary microphone allows MeetUp to be used flexibly in meeting rooms of different sizes. MeetUp's built-in beamforming microphones are optimised for up to 4 metres. Add an auxiliary microphone to extend this range up to 5 metres. That means whether meeting participants are seated at a conference table, against a wall or walking around the room, the auxiliary microphone still ensures everyone is heard.
Logitech's proactive RightSense™ technologies enable better video conferencing, easily and automatically. RightSound optimises voice transmission and ensures clear conversations. RightSight automatically moves the camera and adjusts the zoom so everyone is in the picture. RightLight puts everything in the right light, regardless of the current lighting conditions.
Everything under control
MeetUp's remote control uses radio frequency (RF) signals for reliable and unobtrusive control of functions such as adjusting the volume, muting the microphone or manually controlling the camera position from any position in the room. With the free Logi Remote app (available for download on iTunes), you can even control MeetUp from an iPhone or iPad.
|Logitech Tap Room Solution with Meetup for Microsoft Teams with Lenovo ThinkSmart - Small Bundle 3840 x 2160 4K UHD, 30 fps, 120°
|Video conferencing system
Ultra-short distance projector:
Special short-distance projectors equipped with a wide-angle lens have been developed for conference room and classroom use. These projectors are also usually used for operation with interactive whiteboards. These projectors have the ability to project a large image from a very short distance. Ultra-short distance projectors are extremely popular in presenter circles because, for one thing, the image is not obscured when the presenter is standing in front of the screen. Secondly, the presenter is not or only slightly dazzled by the projector. An increase in this effect is offered by ultra-short distance projectors, which project the correspondingly large image from a distance of only a few centimetres.
|3840 x 2160 4K UHD
The resolution of a projector is the maximum number of image points (pixels) that a projector can display based on its naturally existing technology, i.e. without conversion or cropping of the image. The native resolution is the number of pixels that a projector physically has to display the image. A projector usually interpolates a resolution when it receives an image signal with a higher resolution than the native one. If this is the case, there may be a lack of image detail or general blurring in the displayed image. If a projector receives an image signal with a lower resolution than the native, it also interpolates, it scales the image up to the native resolution, calculates corresponding additional pixels, if possible without changing the image information. The disadvantage here is that although the image is displayed larger than fed, the original individual pixels may become much more visible as they are multiplied by the conversion.
4K refers to the resolution of 3840 x 2160 or Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV). This resolution corresponds to 4 times the resolution of Full HD. To record films with this resolution, special cameras are needed that can record at around 8 megapixels (4K).
The term Full HD is used to describe devices that can physically display or output HDTV signals in full (1920 x 1080 pixels).
1080p is the specification of the vertical picture lines. Among other things, it refers to the resolution 1920 x 1080. The "p" in this case means full frames, so all picture lines are displayed simultaneously.
1080i is the specification of the vertical picture lines. The "i" in this case means fields. This signal is usually displayed interpolated (e.g. by devices with a 1280 x 720 HDready resolution). The interpolation digitally adds pixels, but also offers a slight blurring. In contrast, 1080p playback uses full frames.
|Frames per Second
|Manual & automatic focus
Many projectors are equipped with a focus, which ensures that the image on the screen is in focus. There are three different types of focus. There is the manual focus, which is set by hand using a rotary wheel. On the other hand, there is a motorised focus, which can be adjusted precisely at the touch of a button. The motorised focus has the advantage for ceiling installations that the adjustment can be made very comfortably via the remote control. Last but not least, there is the autofocus, which automatically takes over the focusing by means of a camera.
|Field of view
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Service and support information
Manufacturer's warranty information:
Here you will find more detailed information on the different types of warranty. The specified manufacturer's warranty is valid at least throughout the United Kingdom. Please refer to our manufacturer overview for contact details and warranty conditions for the corresponding warranty claim. Statutory warranty rights are not restricted by an additional manufacturer's warranty. Our liability for defects is governed by law. Defect rights can be claimed free of charge.