Philips unveils three new webcams – SPC620, SPC1000 and SPC1300
More new product from Philips via the Computex show, this time, new additions to its webcam range – the SPC620, SPC1000 and SPC1300, which should hit stores in Europe in August.
The new webcams allow you to customise how video chats look to match your style – by changing the background or framing your image. You can also choose from a selection of real-time video effects, or add a personal logo or emoticon to your chats. All feature wide-angle lenses and face-tracking technology, mounting for desktops and laptops and Vista compatibility.
The SPC1300 flagship model features Pixel Plus 2 technology (used in Philips Flat TVs) for sharper imaging. It also offers six megapixel stills, two built-in directional microphones and Digital Natural Motion technology for flicker-free video. It should be priced at 99.90 Euros. The SPC1000 has a built-in directional microphone with noise reduction filter, still images of five megapixels and a 5x digital zoom. It should retail at 49.90 Euros.
The SPC620 features a VGA CMOS sensor with built-in interpolation for high quality video and photo reproduction for video calling and v-mails. It works with all popular instant messaging services straight out of the box and sells for 49.90 Euros.
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