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Google Series 1 Room Kits Gets its Time to Shine at ISE 2022

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As part of our coverage for Integrated Systems Europe 2022, AVNation’s Rich Fregosa chats with Mark Ewing of Google. The hardware being showcased by Google puts emphasis on the new normal of hybrid work. With people coming back to the office, Google wants to make sure collaboration hardware provides an equitable experience for all participants

Some of the hardware being showcased at the stand includes the Series 1 Room Kits, the Desk 27, and the Board 65 with the latter two being designed in collaboration with Avocor. 

Head over to Google Workspace’s website to learn more about their latest solutions. Check out this video and our entire ISE 2022 coverage right here.

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