All-in-One Video Collaboration for Small Groups
Logitech® MeetUp is a premier ConferenceCam designed for small conference rooms and huddle rooms.
With a room capturing, 120° field of view, MeetUp makes every seat at the table easy to see.
A low-distortion Logitech-engineered lens, Ultra HD 4K optics, and three camera presets
deliver excellent video quality.
MeetUp’s integrated audio is optimized for huddle room acoustics and delivers an exceptional
sound experience. Three horizontally-aimed beamforming mics and a custom-tuned speaker
ensure your meetings sound as great as they look.
With a compact all-in-one design that minimizes cable clutter, MeetUp is USB plug-and-play
and simply works straight from the box with any video conferencing software application and cloud service.
120° field of view
Allows everyone in the room to be seen, even those close to the camera or seated at the edges of the room.
4K image sensor
Supports multiple resolutions, including 4K to best support the quality offered by your application and monitor.
Advanced Logitech lens technology delivers excellent video quality with superb resolution, colour balance and speed.
Expand your field of view even further up to 170°. Pan to the white board or view other areas of interest.
Compact all-in-one form factor takes up less space and minimizes cable clutter.
Bluetooth® wireless technology
Connect to a Bluetooth device for great-sounding audio calls.
Multiple mounting options
Freedom to mount MeetUp wherever it works best— tabletop, wall, or monitor.
Rapid Technologies HQ is based in the northwest of England on the former site of the old Liverpool-Speke airport in
newly acquired high-tech premises comprising 6000 sq ft of modern offices, showrooms and warehouse space in
Dakota Business Park, Liverpool.
Rapid Computers Ltd was established in 1985 and as part of a corporate rebrand changed its trading
style to Rapid Technologies in 2004. Rapid Technologies is part of the Rapid Group of companies, which includes
Rapid Wireless, and the recently acquired businesses of Cybase and Aerelink.