Video conferencing, meaning a live, virtual, and audio-visual connection between people, has become a rising trend in many regions across the world due to its huge role in boosting seamless communication and collaboration wherever we are. According to Grand View Research1, the global video conferencing market size is expected to reach USD 19.73 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 12.5% from 2022 to 2030.
From the more flexible work model comes more diversified remote collaboration needs and higher expectations for tools that can prop up these needs.
For individual workers who work from home or business trips, it's crucial to have the same professional-quality audio and video experience they get at the office. Usually, people would think the microphones, speakers, and webcams built into laptops are enough for their engagement in an online meeting. However, these components are not designed for professional online conferences, which require a high-quality audio and video experience. Actually, many laptops derail important meetings with intermittent images and audio. In addition for the need for quality, these users need small, highly portal conferencing devices, such as webcams, which can be easily transported in a laptop bag or briefcase.