Acer Chromebox for Meetings CXV2 and Chromebox CX12 launched in Malaysia


Acer Chromebox for Meetings CXV2 and Chromebox CX12 launched in Malaysia

The Acer Chromebox CXV2 on the left is connected to its accompanying webcam and omnidirectional microphone. On its right is the Acer Chromebox CX12.

You’ve read about the Acer Chromebooks that were launched earlier today, now allow us to introduce to you to their desktop counterparts, the Chromebox for Meetings CXV2 and Chromebox CX12.

The Chromebox for Meetings CXV2, if you couldn’t already tell for its name, is designed primarily with businesses in mind, specifically for the purpose of video conferences. The CXV2 is bundled together with a Full HD webcam (that looks strikingly similar to the Logitech C920) with Carl Zeiss lenses, a standalone omnidirectional microphone with Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology that looks like a hockey puck, and a dedicated remote control.

In terms of hardware, the Chromebox for Meetings CXV2 is powered by an Intel Core i7-5500U processor with Intel HD Graphics, and is furnished with 4GB of DDR3L RAM and a 16GB solid-state drive. The Chromebox for Meetings CXV2 has quite a solid offering of connectivity ports, including two USB 3.0 ports and a card reader on its front, and two USB 3.0 ports, a HDMI-out port, a DisplayPort, a LAN port, and audio jack on its back.

The Chromebox for Meetings CXV2 retails for RM4,599 and comes with a three-year on-site warranty.

Then we have the more consumer-oriented Chromebox CX12, which looks exactly the same as the Chromebox for Meetings CXV2, minus the bundled video conferencing peripherals. It runs on a slightly more modest Intel Core i3-5005U processor, but fortunately retains the 4GB of DDR3L RAM and 16GB solid-state drive. It shares same number of connectivity ports as the Chromebox for Meetings CXV2, too.

You can bring home the Chromebox for Meetings CX12 for only RM1,999 complete with a three-year on-site warranty.

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