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DTEN Mate Delivers New Wireless, Touch-Driven Control For All Zoom Rooms Devices

DTEN has released the DTEN Mate, the multipurpose touchscreen tablet designed to manage and enhance the Zoom meeting experience. The tablet is the only wireless, touchscreen-compatible appliance to support Zoom Rooms Controller. DTEN Mate was designed in close conjunction with Zoom.

“When running a video conference, you often can’t fully participate; meeting logistics require your attention,” says Rick Corteville, Chief Marketing Officer at DTEN. “DTEN Mate places all the meeting controls at your fingertips, restoring your in-meeting experience and allowing complete focus on your collaborations.”

DTEN Mate works as a controller with any existing Zoom Rooms hardware, including other DTEN devices. The 10.1” LED display allows users to start a meeting, share a screen, and control the camera. Since DTEN Mate is wireless, users can control meetings from their chairs and in the full camera view. 

DTEN Mate allows for more interactivity and control when paired with select DTEN devices. Features such as interactive annotating and whiteboarding are currently available for DTEN GO with future expansion to other devices in the coming months.

In the development of DTEN Mate, special attention was paid to ergonomics and sleek design. It is designed so users can both hold and interact with the screen simultaneously. Adding to its versatility, DTEN Mate may also be used as a Zoom Rooms Scheduling Display, to reserve spaces, check room availability and streamline bookings.

Corteville notes, “With its multiple functions and easy scalability, DTEN Mate is a welcome addition to the hybrid workplace and meeting spaces of any size.”

Head to DTEN’s website to learn more about DTEN Mate.


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