Rover Mobile Collaboration Unit Launches at InfoComm, Las Vegas
We.Hub, the commercial furniture division of a celebrated TV lift stand provider, has confirmed its attendance at the upcoming InfoComm show in Las Vegas, where it will launch the Rover – a mobile collaboration unit that moves beyond the traditional conference room and connects people wherever they want to work.
We.Hub is the dynamic new range of collaborative furniture from the team behind Cabinet Tronix. It is set to revolutionize how people communicate and share ideas with one another in offices, schools and conference centers across the US. With their Rover mobile collaboration unit, a sleek, minimal device that facilitates productivity and inspiration anytime, anywhere. The We.Hub team will take to booth number N2946 at InfoComm to showcase the breakthrough collection of game-changing collaborative office furniture.
The Rover – a slim, sleek very easy to use mobile cabinet which holds up to 65 inch monitors – takes collaboration to the next level. Powerful enough to connect up to 64 people wirelessly, with 4 people able to screen-share, the mobile collaboration unit leverages the power of modern technology like no other unit. The unique fusion of quality furniture, wireless connectivity and limitless communication options enable workers and learners to understand, create, share and inspire like never before.
Trace McCullough, CEO of Cabinet Tronix and the new We.Hub division, says, “The modern ‘open-plan’ office has not inspired collaboration in the way many expected it to – We.Hub units are here to remedy the problem, allowing colleagues and students to research, communicate and share their work anytime, anywhere, in any configuration that they choose. Users are empowered to work together in a way they’ve never experienced, boosting productivity and above all, quality.”
The Rover unit will retail at a fraction of the amount it would cost to equip a meeting room with comprehensive A/V equipment and quality furniture. They’re also infinitely more flexible with their on-board battery power, allow them to connect in any location beyond the traditional conference room setting, whether it’s the cafeteria or the middle of the office.
We.hub's Rover encourages users to generate spontaneous ideas, taking their work to the next level. The mobile collaboration centers have already attracted the attention of many A/V engineers and commercial architects, and they look set to become a staple of US office life.