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Experts Tell Us the Best Conference Room Monitor

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Conference Room Monitor. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Dell 27 Video Conferencing Monitor – C2722DE

This product was recommended by Alain Sobol from Red Sea College

My choice after research was this Dell 27 Video Conferencing Monitor with a built-in camera, speakers, and microphone it is a fantastic piece of kit! An excellent monitor for Microsoft Team’s video conferencing. Amazing picture quality, good audio, and video, plus it’s easy to set up. Connectivity options are endless, there are loads of different ports for anything and everything you could ever dream of!

Sceptre Curved-Led Monitor

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

This monitor gives you the option to select the optimum viewing location for your monitor, drop cable clutter, and save valuable space for your gaming and workstation. The volume sounds louder in a total room, and you can use many devices with this monitor.

LG 75” 4K UHD Smart TV

This product was recommended by Will Ward from Translation Equipment HQ

This TV works great as a conference room monitor because of its size and picture quality. It’s easy to connect computers and tablets and works great for team videoconferencing. With videoconferencing we’re able to both see the people speaking as well as what they’re sharing on their screen, which makes it easy for hybrid teams to work together with remote employees.

Dell 55” 4K Interactive Touch Monitor

This product was recommended by Wesley Exon from Best Value Schools

This monitor does it all – the touch screen is the feature that we use most. It’s great for presentations and brainstorming, as you can make notes directly on the screen just like you’d use a whiteboard. It’s also great for video calls with our hybrid team, the big screen makes it feel like they’re in the room with us. Screen clarity and brightness are excellent too.

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