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What’s the Difference Between the Yealink MVC840 and MVC800?

Yealink is building out a portfolio of affordable Microsoft Teams Certified video conferencing systems for every size of space, from huddle rooms to extra-large conference rooms.

Yealink Microsoft Teams Room Systems are all-in-one bundles that include an appropriate camera, speaker, microphone, touch display and more depending on room size.

Because they’re keeping the systems up to date, it can be confusing to keep up with what devices are included in which package.

Yealink MVC840 and MVC800 are intended for use in large conference rooms. But how are they different?

Yealink MVC840 Microsoft Teams Room System

Yealink MVC840 vs Yealink MVC800 II

The Yealink MVC840 Microsoft Teams Rooms System comes with an impressive new camera: UVC84 vs UVC80.

UVC84 is a 4K Ultra HD PTZ video conferencing camera with automatic framing, 12x optical zoom, full pan-tilt functionality and plug-and-play USB connectivity. UVC80 is a 1080p USB camera with a more constrained field of view and tilting range.

Otherwise, the two bundles are the same.

Here’s a chart breakdown of what comes with the two systems:

  Yealink
MVC840
Yealink
MVC800 II
Camera UVC84:
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • 12x optical zoom
  • Automatic framing
UVC80:
  • 1080p Full HD
  • 12x optical zoom
  • Automatic framing
Mini-PC MCore:
  • Intel Quad-Core i5 CPU
  • 128 GB SSD
  • Wi-Fi support
  • Bluetooth support
  • HDMI video output
Touch
Display
MTouch II:
  • 8-in color touchscreen
  • Human motion sensor
  • Wired and wireless content sharing support
Microphone VCM34:
  • Package comes with two VCM34s
  • 3-microphone array
  • 20-ft 360° voice pickup
  • Can cascade up to 6
Speaker Soundbar:
  • 100 Hz to 20 kHz audio frequency range
Wireless
Presentation
Pod
WPP20:
  • 802.11 ac Wi-Fi support
  • One-click content sharing