HELLO Makes Homes Smarter

Introducing HELLO, the ultimate cross-platform communications device that can help make any house smarter.  HELLO, which easily connects to any TV, provides an all-in-one, voice-controlled smart-home device for video conferencing, wireless screen sharing, live broadcasting, security surveillance with motion detection and more.

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For years, the video conferencing market has been dominated by the “big players.”  There are two segments: 1. the “all-in- one solutions” such as those offered by Cisco or Polycom who offer quality products but at astronomical prices (typically not an option for the average home owner/ apartment renter), and 2. the “low-end market” that comes with a combination of software + webcam that do not offer a complete solution and keep users sitting in front of their computer monitors or tablets at all times.

The user experience with all these existing solutions is painful for many consumers — with low quality video and voice, glitchy calls, the need to connect wires, etc. HELLO solves these problems with a superior experience at an amazing price! Quality video conferencing has been mostly used in the workplace, but it was never before available to the average consumer – until now!

HELLO is engineered with an array of four smart Microphones, a 4K video sensor and quad-core processor working together to guarantee that every person in the room is seen and heard clearly.  HELLO also features both a built-in accelerometer and tilting lens, to ensure easy setup on any TV and the image captured is of the highest quality.  HELLO works as an easy extension of the already feature-rich Solaborate platform – designed for both individuals and teams working remotely that expect high quality, ease of use and feature rich experiences.

Consumers can pre-order HELLO on Kickstarter.  The campaign, which is over 900% funded, offers consumers the chance to add this to their Smart Home system for just $189!

To learn more, visit: http://solaborate.com/hello.

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