Compatible with PC or Mac, the Logitech HD Webcam C615 comes with fold-and-go design, coupled with autofocus capabilities and a 360-degree swivel rotation. Featuring built-in autofocus, the portable webcam lets you make video calls in HD 720p on Skype, FaceTime, Windows Live Messenger, as well as video calls on Yahoo! Messenger, iChat, AIM and other popular instant messaging applications. It also includes one-click HD video and photo upload to Facebook™, as well as HD video upload to YouTube™ and Twitter. Other highlights: 3-foot USB cable with an extender and tripod-ready design.
Logitech announced that its newest HD webcam, the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910, now supports Mac. Coming with the latest Logitech software for Macs, the C910 HD Webcam works with iChat, Photo Booth, FaceTime, and it’s also integrated with iPhoto and iMovie. And the Logitech software allows users to record Full HD 1080p video and upload it instantly to Facebook, YouTube or Twitter. And last but not least, Mac users can now enjoy the free Logitech Vid HD for Mac in order to make a video call in HD 720p.
Logitech® B910 HD Webcam offers 720p HD video conferencing and stereo audio for business users on their PC. The Logitech® B910 HD Webcam is available in the U.S. and Europe for $99.99 (U.S.). Highlights: HD video calling, Stereo audio, True 16:9 widescreen, Carl Zeiss® optics, Premium autofocus, Plug-and-play video calling, RightLight™ 2 technology, RightSound™ technology, Supports silent installation, Certified for Microsoft® OCS, and Broad compatibility.
Microsoft announced LifeCam Studio, featuring sharp HD video with Microsoft’s first true 1080p sensor. Microsoft’s newest LifeCam is also the perfect complement to Windows Live Messenger 2011, which will offer HD widescreen video calling this fall allowing people to share photos while chatting and leave video messages instead of voicemail.
The new webcam from HP coming with uncommon model, it said like a robot, and it is true (see image). The camera known as Elite and features 3-megapixel sensor, autofocus, and 320-degree pan angle. But the downside of the camera it only support 20 fps max, sigh.
Some of you could have a built-in camera on your laptop, and some of you couldn’t. Some of you may happy with the camera, and some of you may not because it’s so static. If you want more flexible camera that able to capture your face from the side, lets say thank to Brando with its USB webcam. It costs $19 and compatible with XP, Vista, ICQ, MSN, Skype, and more. The camera’s lens is rotatable and allows you to adjust the focus.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is known as great webcam manufacturer, and now the have new webcam that boasts 2 megapixels sensor with autofocus capability. Another features that the new HP webcam has include CMOS Sensor with HD video quality, laptop clip and instant chat button.
Beside its most selling point, the autofocus feature, the new HP 2MP also equipped with ArcSoft Magic for better video conferencing, USB2, and built-in microphone. This camera works fine with YM, Skype, Live, as well as AIM. The Pricing is not known at the moment.
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World´s largest computer trade show is just opening today at germany, and Logitech introduced two webcam for laptop users. Both the QuickCam and QuickCam Deluxed have 1.3 mpx sensors, 24-bit VGA video, and manual focus. The webcams is vista ready and support major internet messenger includes Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, and AIM. Both units will hit the Europe and USA market in april. The QuickCam costs $40 and the QuickCam Deluxe costs $60. [via engadget]