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AVerMedia Unveils H310 and H110 Conferencing Solutions

April 26, 2011

Adding flexibility and convenience to its budget-friendly video conferencing line, AVerMedia Information has introduced its H310 and H110 solutions.

The powerful DSP and FPGA in these new products provide full motion 720p 30 frames per second, and H.264, H.263, H.261 encoding and decoding. They also allow users to send or receive content from outside sources through VGA, composite or S-video devices such as laptops, document cameras, camcorders, or DVD players.

Giving users the flexibility to work in small or large spaces, the H310 and H110 include two microphones. For ease of movement and the best audio quality possible, users can also integrate third-party microphones, including wireless microphones. Ensuring that every conversation is a clear one, the full duplex and new integrated echo cancellation also suppresses unwanted and distracting background sounds.

“The all new H310 and H110 were designed to offer incredible value while providing easy-to-use features, added content mobility and seamless integration into a variety of environments," said Eric Yu, product management director for AVerMedia Information. "Now every business and classroom has access to robust room-based video conferencing, allowing them to take a big leap forward into 21st Century video communication.”

Acting as the system remote control and sharing images during live video conferences captured through the smartphone's camera, the new AVerLink mobile smartphone application for iOS and Android OS stays up to date with the H310 and H110 personalized phonebook.  Now users have ultimate access and control over their video conferencing wherever they might be or wherever they go.

In January 2010, the company announced the commercial introduction of SnugTV, a fresh way to feel at home while on-the-go and the perfect foil to AVerMedia's suite of TV tuner products. With this new offering, users can watch live TV programs like games, hometown news and more directly through their personal computer, even when overseas. Users can also view international TV programming regardless of where they are.

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf