A new plug & play video conferencing solution turning any office space into a video conference room

Leading digital lifestyle accessories brand, Trust International B.V today announces IRIS, an all-in-one video conference solution that transforms almost every office space and small meeting room into a professional video conference room. IRIS is available now from Amazon for £719.


The ‘new normal’ that radically changed our way of living and working last year, has already become ‘just normal’ for many of us. Almost overnight, video meetings have become a regular part of our working day. The majority of companies have had to quickly review and adapt their internal organization to facilitate this new method of business communication. As the world evolves to this new way of working, Trust, an established brand in digital accessories, offers this new exciting professional solution for any small to the medium-sized meeting room; wherever the office may be. It aims to facilitate improved communication amongst employees so whether office or home-based, video calls between teams and individuals can be made seamlessly with high-quality audio and video whilst still offering the ultimate ease of use.

IRIS’ high-end lens and innovative software also offer various smart options: the participant mode uses the wide-angle view to fit everyone in the frame, and the speaker mode automatically zooms in on the person who is speaking. The voice-optimized speaker guarantees clear sound with the feeling of space while the built-in noise-canceling technology prevents ambient sound from disturbing your meeting. The device is very easy to install and instantly provides an optimal connection between the people in the conference room and all remote participants. IRIS falls into the plug & play category, which means it is up and running within minutes.

Kim Koers, Marketing Director at Trust explains: ‘The coronavirus changed the way of working for millions of people across the world. This was reflected almost immediately in sales figures for webcams. Of course, these changes also affected our own company and taught us to explore the way people will work and communicate in the long term. It proved a logical step to design a new product for the office: IRIS. It will make video conferencing feel almost as personal as meetings previously did in conventional meeting rooms.’

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