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Barco showcase the new ClickShare CSE-800 at ISE 2017

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As a Barco Gold Partner, the team from Cinos were eager to see the latest member of the ClickShare family – the CSE-800, unveiled at ISE 2017. The CSE-800 has been built for enterprise roll outs such as large meeting rooms and boardrooms and comes with some exciting new features.

Most notably, this latest ClickShare model includes two HDMI inputs and outputs. Not only does this allow for a direct connection with legacy equipment and easy integration with conferencing systems, it enables a dual 4K video output from a single base unit for clearer presentations; further enhancing the collaboration experience.

Furthermore, the CSE-800 allows for simultaneous sharing of up to 8 people; ideal for high-end boardrooms, large meeting rooms and conference areas. To ensure a great experience for all meeting participants, Barco have bought moderation features to the CSE-800. These features allow a moderator to manually select what content is shared and when; avoiding the rapid switching of screens which can make the content difficult to follow

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Other key features of the latest ClickShare model include enhanced, configurable enterprise security options, blackboarding and annotation functionality and a wider range of connectivity options including AirPlay and Google Cast support for non-HDCP content.

The CSE-800 is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2017. To register your interest, view our ClickShare CSE-800 product page where you will find pricing and datasheet downloads. If you have a specific requirement you would like to discuss now, please get in touch using one of the contact methods on this page and our team will be happy to help.

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February 21st, 2017|