Tandberg E20

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Manufacturer Tandberg
Availability by country Q1 2009
Dimensions 34.7 cm × 31.6 cm (13.7 inches × 12.4 inches)
Weight 1.9 kg (4.2 lb)
Display 10.6 inch (WXGA 1280×768)
Rear camera 5 megapixels (1280 x 720 progressive @30 frame/s)
Connectivity IPv4

The E20 is an entry-level personal videoconferencing system produced by the Norwegian company Tandberg.

The E20 was introduced in 2008, and started shipping in Q1 2009. The system is intended as a replacement for traditional office telephones. It features a 10.6-inch (270 mm) LCD widescreen, a five-megapixel camera, CD quality audio and DVD-quality video.[1]

As a standards based SIP system, the Tandberg E20 supports MPEG-4 AAC-LD for audio and H.264, H.263+, and H.263 for video.[2]

The E20 is compatible with Tandberg's new large-scale provisioning solution, introduced in November 2009.[3]


  1. ^ TANDBERG Now Shipping its E20 Video VoIP Phone. VoIP Monitor. March 09, 2009
  2. ^ TANDBERG E20 : technical specification. VideoCentric. 2009
  3. ^ Tandberg Unveils Video Phone Provisioning App. InformationWeek. November 17, 2009.