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Logitech MeetUp


What is Logitech MeetUp?

Logitech offers MeetUp, a video conference camera system for smaller huddle rooms.

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Logitech offers MeetUp, a video conference camera system for smaller huddle rooms.

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Matthew Shaw | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We're beginning to transition to Zoom Rooms from our aging Cisco hardware and the Logitech cameras, including [Logitech Meetup] are fantastic and ridiculously easy to use. We have a fair amount of small conference rooms and the meetups are perfect for them. We also like the limited motion PTZ camera on it for our offices where our execs like to move around.
  • Microphone pick-up. Sounds as good as a microphone on the table
  • Camera quality is fantastic and the software does a great job of correcting for the fisheye effect
  • Connectivity is easy and fast
  • Speakers are good for general speech, but lacking for anything with bass
Smaller conference rooms with room for about 4-6 people seems to be a sweet spot for [Logitech Meetup]. They also work well in smaller rooms where people need to move around and might use a whiteboard or something similar. Once you have a longer room or anything outside of what Logitech recommends, it still works, but the quality quickly drops and you're much better off with adding the microphones or opting for one of the other systems designed for bigger rooms.
  • Ease of use
  • Compatibility with most major conferencing platforms
  • Overall quality of the camera and integrated microphone
  • With this system the cost of replacement is much lower compared to the Cisco systems
  • Ease of deployment allows my team to get them set up quicker and get back to their regular work
  • The good integrated microphone means we don't have to run one to the table and it's one less thing to break
While the other cameras offer similar solutions, we found for the price to features, the meetup met our needs the best. With the trio, we had issues with Poly's software which the meetup gets around by being able to plug directly into a PC. The panacast, while it worked very well, we would have still needed to pair it with the rest of the equipment for a full experience. With the meetup, we have only needed the meetup, the PC, and an iPad as a controller.
Alvin Landicho | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
The Logitech MeetUp was originally used as the main camera/mic/speaker setup for the main boardroom in the head office. After using it for a year or so, we found that its original intent is for use in smaller huddle-type rooms as the quality of the video was not good for participants sitting at the other side of the room. It's used as the primary video/mic/speaker source for Teams and Zoom calls. More recently it's been moved to a smaller huddle/meeting room.
  • Adjustable camera: Can point straight to the talker.
  • Effective mic array: Can pick up voices really well.
  • Compact and convenience package including speaker, mic and camera.
  • Difficult finding the appropriate software for additional features on the Logitech website.
  • Video quality not great for participants sitting more than a couple of metres away.
The Logitech MeetUp thrives in a huddle / small room environment. The fish-eye lens on the camera has a very wide range of vision and allows participants to sitting close to the screen. The mic array does a good job picking up voices and the speaker has a balanced tone and sufficient volume. Not suitable for larger rooms. The Rally would be a better solution.
  • Compact package.
  • Wide angle camera.
  • Sensitive mic array.
  • Complete package including speakers, mic and camera.
We used to use a small Logitech USB camera/mic and the built-in speakers on the TV. The upgrade to the MeetUp was very noticeable and highly recommended. We were very impressed with the build quality of the device and the camera's ability to tilt and pan is quite impressive.
Rob Battaglia | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use the Logitech MeetUp along with the Logitech TAP to host and participate in Microsoft Teams Meetings. This device is used across our entire organization in different conference rooms and buildings to allow groups of users to interact with meetings from one location instead of having them all connect to the meeting from their own computers in their offices and cubicles.
  • One location for all meeting participants to congregate.
  • Ability to share content from one computer located in the room with the MeetUp.
  • Camera, microphone and speakers are all-in-one and the camera will pan and tilt and can follow motion and sound.
  • Pricing is a bit high
  • Setup could be a bit easier but that is more an issue with Microsoft than Logitech
  • Would be nice if Logitech added a keyboard and mouse when selling the bundle
While we use Microsoft Teams this device will interact with Teams, Google Meets and Zoom giving you the flexibility to host and join many different platforms. You have to purchase the platform bundle for your software subscription so you will need more than one if you host different types of meetings. This device is great for small conference rooms where you need to huddle with others and interact with people joining your meeting from different locations.
  • Working with Teams.
  • Being able to get multiple people in one room to join a meeting together on one computer.
  • Sharing content from a centralized computer.
  • Reduced internet bandwidth across a single site since everyone is joining the meeting from one device.
  • Reduced travel time allowing others to join the meeting instead of driving to it.
  • Increased efficiency allowing everyone in the meeting to share a file and interact with it.
Microsoft Access, Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Microsoft Azure
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