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AVer Debuts World’s First Detachable Head Medical Grade PTZ Camera

AVer Information Inc. debuted the MD330U Series 30X 4K medical-grade PTZ camera for telemedicine and patient monitoring. The new camera features the world’s first detachable 8MP handheld camera head and an embedded audio system with a speakerphone.

“AVer is excited to deliver the perfect camera for today’s healthcare at HIMSS with VSee,” said Andy Teoh, Director of Product, Pro AV and OEM Business, AVer Information Inc., Americas. “We know medical customers and our partners are going to love the versatility and performance of this unique PTZ camera.”

The MD330U Series includes Smart AI technology with SmartFrame, instantly adjusting your field of view to everyone on your screen while Noise Reduction lowers any background noise. The camera also features helpful functions such as fast focus speed for seamless patient viewing, and one button snapshot to capture still images. All AVer Pro AV cameras work great with VSee’s all-in-one secure healthcare platform that delivers video visits, medical exams, and remote patient monitoring.

“We are very impressed with the quality and flexibility of AVer’s new line of PTZ medical cameras and are proud to partner with AVer in debuting its latest series at HIMSS,” said VSee CEO, Milton Chen. “The combination of AVer’s new medical grade camera and VSee’s fully configurable video telehealth platform now gives customers the capabilities to quickly create a custom solution that streamlines the telehealth experience for both patients and remote care teams.”

To learn more about AVer in healthcare visit https://averusa.com/pro-av/markets/healthcare

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