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Made for hybrid workers

The 34-inch Philips 34E1C5600HE provides everything needed for a remote work environment in one sleek, attractive package. In addition to a high-performance, 3440 x 1440 resolution, 21:9 format display, which offers plenty of space for the side-by-side display of multiple documents and large spreadsheets, it supports productive collaboration with a built-in Windows Hello-certified 5MP webcam (with physical privacy switch), noise cancelling microphone and 5-watt integrated speakers. A USB-C connector provides a one cable solution for high-speed data transfer and power charging, while MultiView technology enables users to connect and work on several devices simultaneously. Ergonomic features include a LowBlue Mode, FlickerFree technology and easy height and tilt adjustment. The Philips 34E1C5600HE costs £479.99.


Eco-positive printing

PaperCut, the popular print management solution, has joined the Forest Positive movement with the launch of a new sustainability and tree-planting program, PaperCut Grows. This enables PaperCut users to turn their printing into an environmental positive by mitigating any environmental impact and then planting additional trees to help restore the planet’s natural resources. Available with PaperCut MF and PaperCut Hive, PaperCut Grows handles all calculations and conversions and gives users real-time visibility of print tracking and tree-planting volumes through a dashboard. PaperCut EMEA Regional Director Steve Holmes said: “By joining the Forest Positive movement and introducing PaperCut Grows, we’ve made it even easier for customers to take easy, positive and measurable steps to give back to the environment.”


Greeting cards on demand

Greeting card retailer Scribbler and Fujifilm have jointly developed a greeting card kiosk that enables retailers and other venues to offer instant, on demand card printing. With more than 1,000 card designs to choose from, the kiosk offers an entire range within a small footprint, with guaranteed availability of the most popular designs, instant downloading of new designs and no risk of over-stocking. The kiosk prints cards onto heavyweight, 320gsm greeting card media.


Meeting Owl

Look whooo’s calling

Owl Labs has launched a third generation of its wireless video conferencing solution, Meeting Owl, which provides a 360-degree view of a meeting room, along with up to three panels that zoom in on the person speaking. Meeting Owl 3 has been upgraded inside and out to include faster, more accurate face detection (even for those wearing a face mask), expanded audio and video options, an upgraded USB capability (USB-C) and a new Expansion Mic that extends the Meeting Owl 3’s audio range from 2.5 to 8 metres so that everyone around a large table can be heard clearly. There is also the option to pair two devices, extending the video range to 8.5 metres and the audio range to 13.5 metres.



Public address system

Snom has given its PA1 multi-cast public address system, introduced a few years ago for multi-floor offices, doctors’ surgeries, supermarkets and airports, a complete component upgrade. Based on the Snom D735 desk phone, the new Snom PA1+ includes a 6.5 watt amplifier that can fill large rooms with sound via a 600-ohm loudspeaker system; Gigabit interfaces for connecting other devices, such as LAN cameras; and automatic remote configuration via the Snom Secure Redirection and Provisioning Service (SRAPS). The Snom PA1+ enables users to make announcements, transmit music streams or open doors/barriers/gates from any Snom phone, using a phone number or key combination.


Cheaper postage

Pitney Bowes claims that its SendPro Mailstation franking machine can deliver savings of up to 25% on postage costs and up to 75% on parcel shipping through Royal Mail and Parcelforce Worldwide when used with a bundled subscription to SendPro Online. This SaaS solution also provides proof of delivery and parcel tracking, as well as insight into ink levels, wireless connection strength, postal balance/spend history and the ability to print return address labels.


HUAWEI MateStation X

All-in-one first

Huawei’s first all-in-one desktop, the HUAWEI MateStation X, features a minimalist design, with no ports visible on the back and a dynamic hinge that enables users to adjust the angle of the screen with a single finger. Its 28.2in 4K+ resolution, anti-reflective display offers a premium viewing experience with narrow bezels, a 3:2 aspect ratio and 10-point multi-touch support, while the three-speaker sound system and four-microphone array deliver crystal clear audio. A new Super Device feature provides convenient one-drag connectivity with Huawei tablets and smartphones for accessing content from other devices or delivering multi-screen presentations. The HUAWEI MateStation X costs £1,799.99

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