The InFocus MondoPad line-up has been insanely well-received by the corporate universe, and has more than held its own in the face of competition from companies such as Microsoft and Google. Despite the success, InFocus is not resting on its laurels and is now debuting a brand new model at InfoComm 2017 dubbed the MondoPad Flex.

As the name suggests, the MondoPad Flex is designed to be a versatile video conferencing and interactive whiteboarding solution that can be placed in just about any room in a corporate environment; which includes everywhere from a large board room to a huddle room. That’s because it consists of two 40in HD projected-capacity touchscreens that can be stacked either side by side or on top of each other.

It seems that versatility is the name of the game for InFocus and this year’s InfoComm, having already announced its ConX Cloud service. The MondoPad Flex will come equipped with that ConX service directly out of the box, and enables in-office and remote teams to edit and annotate documents on the shared whiteboard in real time.

“There’s nothing more valuable than people working together. Businesses, public agencies, and schools recognise the power of video conferencing and full-spectrum collaboration with remote colleagues and are deploying it throughout their organizations,” notes InFocus CEO Mark Housley.

“With Mondopad Flex we’ve created a flexible, affordable way to extend the power of conferencing and collaboration beyond the conference room — into offices and huddle rooms — without compromising image quality or functionality.”

Hidden behind the screen users will find a powerful PC that makes a whole array of functions possible. The Mondopad Flex allows team members in huddle spaces, offices or other small areas unable to accommodate a large single display to connect, see and hear colleagues anywhere. Using InFocus ConX Cloud with Mondopad Flex, teams can brainstorm on a shared whiteboard and collaboratively edit documents and draw directly onscreen, enabling realtime collaboration and more effective meetings. Documents can be saved to the Mondopad for future access, stored to the network, or emailed to anyone directly from the device. A high-quality camera and speaker facilitate enterprise-grade video conferencing even in a huddle space.

Mondopad Flex runs Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, and features a sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6700T processor and Q170 chipset with Intel vPro technology, with 8GB memory and a 256 GB solid state hard drive. The Mondopad Flex seamlessly and securely integrates into existing enterprise infrastructure and is an easy-to-configure, out-of-the-box solution. Supporting SIP and H.323, Mondopad Flex is compatible with legacy video conferencing and display hardware and software, including Skype for Business and many third-party room video conferencing systems.

Advanced wireless casting, including support for AirPlay, Chrome, and Miracast, allows presenters to share content from their laptops, mobile phones, and tablets without using cables or dongles. Mondopad Flex also offers the security features native to Windows 10 Pro.

InFocus Mondopad Flex is offered at $7,999 MSRP and is available in North America only July 1, 2017.

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