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Logitech delivers HD Webcam that folds and swivels

updated 06:15 am EDT, Tue June 14, 2011

Logitech intros HD Webcam C615

Logitech has delivered a new HD Webcam that folds and swivels. The HD Webcam C615 fold-and-go webcam is designed to give users the option to move the device from room to room or to take it on the road. It shoots video for web chats in 720p and is compatible with Skype, FaceTime, Logitech Vid HD, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo Messenger. For regular video capture, it can shoot in full 1080p. It also incorporates built-in autofocus and can swivel a full 360-degrees.

The C615 HD Webcam comes with 3-foot USB cable with extender, allowing it to be moved around and has a design that makes it tripod ready. It is also capable of capturing software-enhanced still images at 8-megapixels and includes a built-in mic.

The Logitech C615 is compatible with Macs and PCs, and will be available in June for $80.




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  1. TomSawyer

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    720 or 1080p?

    Article says 720 pic shows 1080. Which is accurate?

  1. trenchcoat77

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    From the first paragraph...

    "It shoots video for web chats in 720p and is compatible with Skype, FaceTime, Logitech Vid HD, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo Messenger. For regular video capture, it can shoot in full 1080p."

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