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Web Cameras

The technology that goes into web cameras has become so refined that it is small enough to fit into a laptop, and it is odd to see a laptop without an integrated cam. However, in a laptop, just as in a phone, a front facing camera is likely to have a low megapixel count, and the quality with which it can take pictures and record/stream video is very limited.

To have a decent experience using online video chat programs, you will need to buy a separate webcam, one which is not limited by having to be conveniently small, and specialises in what it does. Often times, just being connected by voice is not enough, and video connections have become essential. From Skype to Google Hangouts, web cams are useful for so many programs.

TP-Link Surveillance Camera TL-SC4171G

What We Think A great wireless surveillance camera that has a 125 degree tilt and pan 354 degree customizable angle. The camera is accessible and controllable even through your mobile phone and is to be honest one of the best Read more…

Logitech Webcam C250

What We Think Stick the camera on your laptop, on top of your monitor or on a shelf – a great web cam for those who need to stay in touch. Accessory Review The Logitech Webcam C250 comes with a Read more…

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910

What We Think If you’re after a webcam that is a cut above the rest and far better than your previous integrated webcam that can record in 1080p and video call in 720p then this is the perfect pick Accessory Read more…

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  • Saturn Pro 10 by Venturer - The Saturn Pro 10 is a very good hybrid for those on a budget, with a number of factors in its favour. It may be outperformed by higher-end devices, but holds its own against the vast majority of devices on Read more…

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