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When Peter Handy meets virtually with customers, video chat just won't do. He runs Bristol Seafood, an upscale fish-supply startup, and wants to wow them with new fillet cuts and food presentations.
So instead of sitting at a computer, Handy stands in front of a 55-inch "smart board." It's called a Vibe, and it's a little like those election-night touchscreens you see on CNN. But the Vibe is made for collaboration; it functions like a whiteboard but also integrates with platforms like Zoom, making it easy to see other chat participants, share your screen, work together on sketches, share files, annotate documents, and more. "It's all about how you can make your business stand out right now," says Handy.