Google Meet hardware is a video conferencing system that enables the people in your organization to meet and collaborate with colleagues, no matter where they are. The purpose built* Chrome devices add Google Calendar integration, device management, screen sharing, and other features. A license and annual subscription fee is required for each device.
- Google Meet hardware–Video conferencing solution for standard-sized rooms or large rooms. Includes the Chromebox, touchscreen, camera, and speakermic. For details, see Set up Google Meet hardware for meetings.
- Chromebox–Video conferencing solution for standard-sized rooms or large rooms. Includes the Chromebox, camera, speakers/microphones, remote, and more. For details, see Set up Chromebox for meetings.
- Chromebase–Video conferencing solution for small spaces (1 to 2 people). Includes a 24-inch touch screen, camera, microphone, and speakers–all in one device. For details, see Set up Chromebase for meetings.
You use the Google Admin console to manage rooms and devices, and to assign a calendar to a device. Once you set up and enroll your device, users in your organization can easily schedule and join meetings using Google Calendar.
* Google Meet Hardware and Chrome OS devices are only supported in the original configuration when purchased. You can't convert Chromeboxes or Chromebases purchased with standard Chrome OS to a video conferencing system. In addition, purpose built Google Meet hardware devices cannot be converted or used as standard Chrome OS devices.