Messaging & Online Collaboration: Logitech C910 Webcam Brings HD to Collaboration

 
 
By Andrew Garcia  |  Posted 2010-10-27 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
With high-definition video support being increasingly common in video conferencing and collaboration offerings from companies such as Skype, Nefsis, WebEx and Vidyo, high-quality HD Webcams like the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 have a greater role to play in both home and in-office use. At a cost of $100, the C910 comes with a suite of software tools that can take still photos or record HD video and easily post content to social networking sites YouTube and Facebook, while working seamlessly with third-party HD video conferencing software or with Logitech's own Vid HD calling application. With its unobtrusive design and flexible attachment arm, the C910 attaches equally well to Windows-based laptops and desktops, and has built-in stereo audio inputs. The camera can record 1080p video, make 720p video calls or take still pictures with software-aided resolution of up to 10 megapixels. Click here to read the full review. Or if you have experience with Logitech's HD Pro Webcam C910, share your thoughts at labs.eweek.com.
 
 
 

Logitech C910 Webcam Brings HD to Collaboration

by Andrew Garcia
Logitech C910 Webcam Brings HD to Collaboration
 
 
 
 
 
Andrew cut his teeth as a systems administrator at the University of California, learning the ins and outs of server migration, Windows desktop management, Unix and Novell administration. After a tour of duty as a team leader for PC Magazine's Labs, Andrew turned to system integration - providing network, server, and desktop consulting services for small businesses throughout the Bay Area. With eWEEK Labs since 2003, Andrew concentrates on wireless networking technologies while moonlighting with Microsoft Windows, mobile devices and management, and unified communications. He produces product reviews, technology analysis and opinion pieces for eWEEK.com, eWEEK magazine, and the Labs' Release Notes blog. Follow Andrew on Twitter at andrewrgarcia, or reach him by email at agarcia@eweek.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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