Meet the ClickShare CX-50 2nd generation
ClickShare CX-50 2nd generation brings flexible, premium wireless conferencing to high-impact meeting rooms. ClickShare automatically connects to room devices (cameras, mics, speakers, all-in-one bars). You can start a video meeting from your laptop, using any conference tool. Create a space where minds meet, in only one click.
Discover 5 reasons not to miss out on the CX-50 2nd generation
1. High-end video experiences in high-impact rooms
The CX-50 2nd generation is the premium ClickShare Conference model, designed to enable better decision-making and collaboration in high-impact meeting rooms. With dual screen support, users can optimally benefit from high-end AV setups and large displays in board meetings. Thanks to an unrivalled simplicity and zero learning curve, both employees and guests have no issues to start a video meeting within seconds.
2. Optimal equity in the hybrid meeting
hanks to dual screen support, the CX-50 2nd generation gives everyone an equal seat in the hybrid meeting, no matter if they join remotely or in-room.
During video meetings, one of the screens is dedicated to the remote participants, where they remain visible at all time. Talking heads are now equally important as content on screen. Both are shown side by side on two displays in the meeting room, making the experience for both in-room and remote participants is more equitable.
Remote participants are always visibly present on screen, so in-room participants will include remote colleagues more into the conversation. In turn, remote users can be assured that their presence on screen gives them equal contribution possibilities in the physical room.
3. Flexibility to use the video platform and setup of choice
Just like the entire ClickShare Conference range, the renewed CX-50 works with any device, any video conferencing platform, any peripheral, in any type of meeting room. In addition, the room adapts to the user guiding them through the meeting thanks to smart meeting flows powered by the ClickShare App.
The CX-50 2nd generation allows users to start a video meeting as they wish, thanks to effortless switching between video conferencing mode and Bring Your Own Meeting (BYOM) experience. This means users can select either the fixed room setup or BYOM- mode when starting a meeting from their own laptop.
4. Ultimate flexibility and management for the IT manager
ClickShare CX-50 2nd generation works together with a large selection of partner solutions from renowned brands, so IT managers have no issues with interoperability in existing of new room setups.
In addition, connectivity options are simplified, with a single USB-C cable between the Base Unit and room display to power the device and send video output to the display. IT managers are able to meet strict internal security policies with both a wireless and wired alternative. Furthermore, wired roomdock is the perfect solution for 4K content sharing in the meeting room.
The combination of easy management via the XMS Cloud platform, SmartCare coverage, no requirements for additional training and the agnostic nature of the product, makes the CX-50 2nd generation the smartest investment in the workplace of the future.
5. Caring for both people and planet
The CX-50 2nd generation has the Barco A++ ecolabel. The unique ecodesign of the product is reflected in both ecological design choices and better material use, with housing fabricated from recycled, non-paint plastics and lower energy consumption.
In addition, Barco ClickShare aspires to introduce the CX-50 2nd generation as one of the first carbon-neutral wireless conferencing solutions on the market, which is a natural extension of Barco’s corporate values and leading, ambitious sustainability strategy.
“By investing in people and planet ClickShareshows its’ commitment to bringing customers the most sustainable, compliant, and flexible solution in the workplace. With one of the first carbon-neutral solutions in the industry, ClickShare is proving its position as an innovator in the collaboration and conferencing market,” Stijn Henderickx concludes.