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Google Chrome devices are laptops, tablets, and other devices running Google’s Chrome operating system. A Google Chrome device stores most files in the cloud and doesn’t include a large hard drive, a DVD player, or a dedicated graphics card. Such a device is generally lighter, more durable, and less expensive than devices running other operating systems.

Why we chose to partner with Google on Chrome-compatible products

Chromebooks have emerged as a popular choice in the education market in recent years, but they’re making inroads in other fields as well. Computer manufacturers are reporting that sales of Chrome devices as of late 2020 are up anywhere from 120 percent to more than 300 percent compared with the same period the previous year. With businesses constantly seeking ways to trim costs, it’s a reasonable assumption that many are going to adopt Chrome devices. Yamaha Unified Communications provides products that add value to those devices.

Additional resources

Business professionals, educators, and others have a variety of options when it comes to collaboration software. Yamaha UC has compiled this article on making the best video conferencing choices.

Yamaha UC products compatible with Google Chrome devices

Yamaha UC’s Revolabs FLX UC 500 USB conference speakerphone is fully integrated and interoperable with Google Chrome devices for meetings. The integration ensures that calling functions such as answer, hang up, volume control, and mute are all synchronized between Chrome OS, Chrome devices for meetings, and the FLX UC 500 conference phone. And when it comes to outfitting your huddle room for communication and collaboration, Yamaha UC’s CS-700 video conferencing system is the perfect solution. No additional configuration is required when using Chrome OS devices.