Earlier this year, Google launched Chromebox for Meetings which basically allowed users to arrange virtual meetings with one another. While we suppose it could be used in a more social and family setting, it was designed for businesses in mind where people could hold virtual meetings regardless of whether it had been scheduled in Google Calendar or if it was completely spontaneous.

If you thought that Chromebox for Meetings was a good idea and you wouldn’t mind having it in your office, you might be pleased to learn that Dell has recently launched their own Chromebox for Meetings in which it would cost you $999 to get your hands on one, although you might have to move fast because it has actually been discounted down from $1,320 and the offer will be valid until the 22nd of September.

To justify its price, Dell has thrown in a lot of accessories that takes the basic Chromebox above and beyond. For starters Dell’s Chromebox for Meetings will come with a Logitech camera capable of 1080p video. It will also sport a Jabra microphone and speaker, a Philips remote control, along with a bunch of accessories that will allow users to connect and mount the Chromebox to a display.

The Chromebox will be powered by an Intel Core i7-4600U Haswell processor and will come with 4GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. Other features include WiFi, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, 4 USB 3.0 ports, an SD card slot, and HDMI and DisplayPort.

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