Review: Yealink MVC300 Microsoft Teams Room


In this video I look at the Yealink MVC-300, a Microsoft Teams Room system for huddle and small meeting rooms. This a great entry level device for your small rooms, and it’s pretty cost effective coming in ~US$3,500. Please subscribe if you liked the video and feel free to ask questions below.


  • Really like the touch screens size and responsiveness
  • Option for wireless sharing – just purchase the dongle WPP20
  • Camera supports pan, tilt and zoom
  • Yealink are one of few vendors with a solution in all Microsoft Teams device categories. With Yealinks cloud-based management platform, you can monitor and manage all your devices whether they be rooms, phones or user devices such as cameras


  • Cabling between the screen and table could be better. Other vendors have single cable solutions that allow more flexible options for device placement. Wiring diagram from the video is here

Products mentioned in the video

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  1. Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for the review!

    It looks like Yealink heard your concern about wiring and released MVC300 II version with a single cable between the PC and control panel. Not sure if it’s widely available though.

    • No problem, thanks for reading. Yes, I saw that too, great news!! I asked our local distributor, and they were still unsure when stock will become available. I’ll try and get my hands on one and do a compare.


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