Aside from getting slimmer and our images getting better, TV’s haven’t really changed a lot over the years. We can watch more content on them these days, but that’s pretty much all we use them for.

We sit in front of them and we consume our favorites shows and movies. Sometimes we play video games on them. But our TVs can be so much more.

The HELLO Camera Says Goodbye Counter Productivity

HELLO is leading the charge.  It mounts on top of your set and promises to transform your TV into an all-in-one video communication and collaboration device, delivering screen sharing, video conferencing, wireless screencasting, live broadcasting, camera feed with motion detection and even plays nice with Amazon Alexa.

Your television is a powerful device. Isn’t it about time that you used it to its full potential?

HELLO has a 4K camera sensor, a wide angle lens and several microphones that make it a great solution for video conferencing (and perhaps even security – see below). You and your team can interact from any room that has a TV, making your work day more fluid.

You’ll love that you can share your laptop or phone screen wirelessly to increase efficiency during meetings through Wireless Screencasting and Screen Sharing as well.

You can use HELLO with all of the popular apps that you already use like Skype, Zoom, WebEx, WeChat, Facebook Messenger and more. The device itself is very versatile. It can sit on your TV, but it’s also tripod compatible, will sit on your table-top, or can be mounted on your wall.

Home Security and Alexa Integration

And if you want to power up your TV for actual television viewing, Alexa will help you with that. Let Amazon’s personal assistant give you hands-free control with your voice. HELLO connects to the Alexa Voice Service to deliver information, news, sports scores, weather, and more. Who needs a remote?

Another great feature is one that you don’t even need to be home to enjoy. HELLO’s Camera Feed and Motion Detection will help to keep an eye on your home when you are away.

You will get alerts when unusual activity is detected. This feature will keep your home safe. This device basically upgrades your TV and brings it into the 21st century.

Conner Flynn

Conner has been blogging for major Internet websites since 2007, specializing in gadgets, robots, technology and gaming. Conner also runs his own sites, and Conner also likes cats and movies, in that order.

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