HP has announced new collaboration solutions including the HP Collaboration PC, HP Conferencing Keyboard and the HP ProDisplay P222c Video Conferencing Monitor.
The new collaboration solutions will enhance meeting productivity for the modern workforce, HP said.
HP Collaboration is a dedicated meeting room PC that offers businesses a cost-effective, easily manageable and secure way to improve collaboration and meeting productivity between colleagues, the company claims.
HP Collaboration PC is based on the HP EliteDesk 800 Mini PC loaded with Intel Unite and provides a quick, wireless connection to any display or projector for an on-screen collaboration and sharing experience.
The user can access the content within the corporate network by entering a unique PIN for log in.
Collaborators can quickly share files and annotate documents side-by-side while IT can manage and secure the device like a traditional PC, deploying it in small to large rooms.
Additionally, collaboration PC leverages the EliteDesk Mini PC powered by Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors with Intel vPro technology.
HP ProDisplay P222c Video Conferencing Monitor offers high-quality audio and video, as well as hot keys on the bezel to control call settings.
HP Conferencing Keyboard is optimized for Skype for Business so that a user can directly manage calls, devices and content with dedicated keys without juggling through multiple windows on their device.
HP Chromebox for meetings makes it easy to add high-definition video collaboration to conference rooms. Conference participants can access meetings from most PCs, phones or tablets to share screens, draw, annotate and edit documents in real time with Google Apps for Work.
HP Conferencing Keyboard is available for $79.
HP Collaboration PC and HP Chromebox for Meetings are expected to be available in June, starting at $719 and $999 respectively.
While HP ProDisplay P222c video Conferencing Monitor is expected in July for $199.