Touch control for the workplace, including video conferencing room solutions for Google, Microsoft, and Zoom.
Video conferencing room solutions with Logitech Tap deliver calendar integration, touch-to-join, instant content sharing, and always-on readiness. Pre-configured with room-optimized software from Google, Microsoft, or Zoom, Logitech Room Solutions include all necessary components: Tap touch controller, small form factor computer, in-wall rated cabling, and Logitech MeetUp or Rally conference camera.
Tap connects to a computer via USB as an additional display, opening up new touch control possibilities for applications like team collaboration, digital signage, room automation, environmental control, and other workflows where touch control is desired.
With a modern design, silent operation and motion sensor, Tap brings ease and convenience to online meetings.
With 10 meters of reach, the plenum-rated Logitech Strong USB cable lets you locate Tap near participants for convenient operation while installing the host computer in a cabinet, beneath a table, or behind a display.
TAP INTO GOOGLE MEET
Transform any space to a Google Meet meeting place with one-touch join, readiness and center of room control.
TAP INTO MICROSOFT MEETINGS
Transform any space to a Teams meeting place with one-touch join, easy content sharing, and center of room control for Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business meetings.
TAP INTO ZOOM ROOMS
Transform any space to a Zoom Room with one-touch join, both wireless (Direct Share) and wired (HDMI) content sharing, and center of room control.
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.