Coming Soon: Poly STUDIO X30 and X50!

22 October 2019 

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Today, Poly (formerly Plantronics) unveiled two new purpose-built all-in-one video bars, the Poly Studio X30 and Poly Studio X50.

We now sell a broad range of Poly devices into Zoom Rooms environments, from huddle rooms to board rooms. The simplicity of the Studio X Series starts with eliminating the need for an external PC or Mac.

The Poly Studio X30 is perfect for small offices and huddle rooms while supporting 4K Ultra HD video and built-in wireless content sharing capabilities, all in a compact design.

The Poly Studio X50 elevates the meeting experience in mid-sized conference rooms with more microphones and speakers AND is the first hardware to support dual screens for Zoom Rooms.

Here’s the kicker: these video bars offer something no other solution in the market does – Poly MeetingAI™ – breakthrough audio and video capabilities which improve all aspects of the meeting experience.  Advanced noise suppression makes it easy to hear what matters – voices only, without the loud typing, pen clicking, or candy unwrapping getting in the way of perfect audio. On the video side, the solutions automatically allow remote attendees to truly see the faces and the context of what is happening, without having to reconfigure any settings.

Poly also announced the inclusion of the new Poly TC8 touch controller that offers a native Zoom Rooms interface, high-performance, and a single power-over-ethernet cable so there is no need to stretch cables or cords across tables to connect to the video bar.

The Poly Studio X30 and Poly Studio X50 will be priced at $2,199 and $3,499 MSRP respectively (with the TC8 included) and will be available for pre-order in November. General availability in North America, Europe and select additional countries by December 2019.  

Simple and high performance. No other video bar can do all that. And for the price we’re offering, it will meet the demand of 98 percent of the 32 million huddle rooms out there that don’t yet have video.

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