Video Conferencing by Sony is getting better but not yet at the price most people can adopt. It’s 2007 and we are still having to pay luxury prices for what should be common communication like phones. Yes, higher priced is understandable but there is a limit.
The PCS-TL30 is a video conferencing system that achieves high-quality video and audio. It is ideal for use in medium-sized conference rooms for a number of applications, such as corporate, education, and medical.
They also offer a 20inch, PCS-TL50
17inch Desktop Video Communication System
$2,995.00 U.S. List Price
Video Conferencing Reviews
It has been ignored too long. Why are we so technologically behind in video conferencing communication? It seems that it must not be as important or maybe just not the right time.
Are we behind or is it not being used?
If we are behind, how long?
Is it too costly?
All this talk about bringing HDTV to homes which will require mass amounts of bandwidth etc, so why cant we get a simple 30 frame per second standard def video to grandma’s house? Or will be skipping all of that and going straight to high def video conferencing?
Tech Minds will review and get to the bottom of these questions and more. Look for the Video Conferencing tag to keep up with this topic. And let us know what you think, good or bad!
It is unacceptable to me that it is 2007 and the majority of people still only communicate visually by being face-to-face. This needs to change. Life may be difficult, but Video Conferencing should be a peice of cake.
Phone Systems. Who still says Phone? Anyway, we are going to discuss the VoIP BUZZ.
So keep you eyes open for the systems tag.
Videos are viewed, made and submitted.
Some are Live and some are Timeless.
YouTube or WebEx?
Why is one free and the other is not? This might be a stretch, but it came to mind that one could have a delayed conversation for free so why not look at Live communication just as importantly as we do the millions of video sites that have a lot of interesting and useless content just like conversations.
More about this later…