Bosch Extends Product Lineup With New Dicentis Custom Flush Discussion Devices

by | Audio, Gear, News, Production

The new Bosch Dicentis custom flush discussion range of devices are designed to create environments in meeting and conference spaces that encourage constructive dialogs.

The flush-mounted devices install into tabletops, helping to ensure an uncluttered work area. Users can follow discussions via 4.3- touchscreen display and local-language user interface. Device functionality can be enhanced by adding more Dicentis software modules, e.g., voting or language selection. The touch screen can fold flat against the device when not in use.

An integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) card reader is designed to enable quick participant identification and voting. Participants can also use an existing authorized NFC registration card. Systems can be customized to suit the respective individual environment. The choice of landscape or portrait models plus custom colors are available on request.


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