Logitech Corporation announced new platform An all-in-one all-in-one built for the new reality of a mixed post-pandemic workforce.
The platform enhances your workflow with multiple ports and a built-in speaker. The supplement is aimed at those who need to improve their preparation for remote work or even in the office.
“We spent a significant amount of time with our users understanding their needs and inconveniences in the world of working from home when the pandemic hit,” the company said. The result was the Logi Dock, says Scott Wharton, the company’s general manager and vice president of video collaboration.
The $399 Logi Dock lets you connect up to five USB devices and up to two external monitors. All while charging a laptop up to 100W with a single cable connection.
The platform itself is a great speaker, because it’s also designed with meetings in mind. And there are meeting controls within the Logi Dock that let you quickly mute or disable video in Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom.
The company has also included a built-in noise-cancelling speakerphone that makes it easy to join meetings without having to use a separate microphone or headset.
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Logitech designed its new platform for the world of work from home
The Logi Dock is also integrated into your calendar, thanks to the company’s Logi Tune software. If the meeting is about to start, the stage lights up to let you know, and you can join by clicking on the stage.
And if you don’t use the Logi Dock for meetings, you can use it as a speaker for your computer or any Bluetooth-enabled device.
The Logi Dock includes two USB-A 3.0 ports on the back, along with two USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 ports, a DisplayPort, an HDMI port, a USB-C port, a Kensington lock slot, and a Bluetooth pairing button.
On the side of the microcomputer-like platform is a USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 port.
The Logi Dock from Logitech is available globally later this year in graphite and white options for $399.
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