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Google’s New Hardware Wants To Create Meetings Without Bounds

Google reaches is far and wide. Its hardware has crept into homes and now it is reinforcing its hardware and software presence in offices too with the help of a few designed by Google hardware. The Hangouts Meet Hardware, as it is called, comprises of four components: three Google hardware including a touchscreen controller, a speaker microphone and a 4K sensor camera, and finally rounding with an ASUS Chromebox completing the setup. Continue reading Google’s New Hardware Wants To Create Meetings Without Bounds

Razer Announced New Desktop Camera And Microphone With A Couple Of World’s First

With so many gamers turning to streaming to earn their keeps, it only makes sense that one of the leading gaming lifestyle company, Razer, would want to dabble in streaming broadcast hardware. In fact, the company has recently announced a couple of new certified broadcast hardware joining its Broadcaster product line. The products, Razer Kiyo Camera and Razer Seiren X Microphone, are developed with inputs from professional and grassroots game streamers that should put streaming gamers at the forefront of streaming broadcast. Continue reading Razer Announced New Desktop Camera And Microphone With A Couple Of World’s First

Logitech Meetup: A Made-for-Huddle Room Video Conference Camera

If you have not catch on with today’s business operation trend, you ought to educate yourself that huddle room, i.e. small conference area complete with audio, video and display system technology, is a thing and the video conference camera, AKA video collaboration device, you see here is Logitech’s answer to this current trend. Designed from the ground up with businesses who utilise huddle rooms, the Logitech Meetup promised to capture more and provides optimal audio/video experience for smaller meeting areas/rooms, which are often a lot wider and shallower. Continue reading Logitech Meetup: A Made-for-Huddle Room Video Conference Camera

Ricoh R Development Kit 24-Hour Spherical Live Streaming Camera Opens For Pre-order

If you think live video stream is limited to what our eyes can see (AKA field of view), well, think again. Ricoh, the ancient imaging equipment maker who managed to adapt and survive in this brutal digital world, has a camera with the technology that is totally capable of delivering up to 24 hours of fully spherical, 360-degree live video streams. To be honest, I see no reasons to be able to live stream in 360, except perhaps for events which is probably what it was intended for anyways. Ricoh has announced that the company is taking pre-orders for the Ricoh R Development Kit that enables this what-could-be-the-new-age streaming format of choice. Continue reading Ricoh R Development Kit 24-Hour Spherical Live Streaming Camera Opens For Pre-order

Meet Logitech BRIO, The World’s First HDR and UHD Webcam

I can’t remember the last time I had to turn on an external webcam. These day, most all-in-one PCs already had a built-in webcam which begs the question: is there still a place of external webcams? Perhaps, no, but that’s until Logitech BRIO comes along. How so? Because it records and streams in freaking 4K. And if that’s not enough, it even has support for Logitech RighLight 3 with HDR and that, btw, is also the industry first for a webcam. But how long before in-built all-in-one PC catches up, is anyone’s guess. Then again, if you are a pro YouTuber, or making multi-dollar deals, you wouldn’t want to live stream or video conference with in-built webcam. You probably would want to be pro with your gear too, and this is where BRIO comes in. Continue reading Meet Logitech BRIO, The World’s First HDR and UHD Webcam

iDoorCam: Doorbell Reinvented

if you often find yourself dragging your feet to answer the door, then perhaps, it is time to enlist the help of the iDoorCam. this sleek, minimalist device replaces your existing doorbell and make use of the current doorbell’s cabling for power, and packs built-in WiFi connectivity, a button for the ringer, a day- and night-vision camera, plus a speaker and microphone combo. there’s also a motion sensor built-into, but you won’t be able to take advantage of it until at launch or at a later stage through over-the-air (OTA) software updates, but it is good to know that this device is somewhat future-proof, so to speak. currently, the device works with a companion app that lets you see who’s at the door when the ringer is activated, wherever you are – be it inside your pad, at your office, or even while you are vacationing somewhere – as long as there’s WiFi, 3G or 4G network around. Continue reading iDoorCam: Doorbell Reinvented


so you own an Android smartphone, tablet and probably having fun with cloud-computing on your Chromebook but your Google’s Android experience is far from complete – at least not without a Google TV or in this case, an Android TV. there is no out-of-the-box Android TV per say but you could turn your regular HDTV into one with this $129.99 ARCHOS TV Connect. it consists of two parts: the comprehensive TV Touch remote and the base unit (aka ARCHOS TV Connect) that is designed to perch on top or nest underneath the TV. Continue reading ARCHOS TV Connect

Logitech TV Cam HD

Logitech TV Cam HD
Logitech TV Cam HD | US$199.99 | www.logitech.com

there was a time when webcam chat was bound to computers and it was mainly used by friends and lovers. times have changed. not only did the quality of picture have improved drastically, its usage now extend beyond peers to grandparents and the rest of the family which, obviously, a typical webcam won’t be able to capture them all. this is where you will need a TV cam such as the Logitech TV Cam HD to keep everyone in the picture. this Skype-certified camera will work with virtually any HDTV set with an available HDMI port Continue reading Logitech TV Cam HD


telyHD by Tely Labs
telyHD | US$229.99 | www.tely.com

sure. Skype on TV isn’t new, let alone webcam for TV but the telyHD from Menlo Park-based company, Tely Labs begs to differ from the rest of the lesser kind. while it is totally capable of Skype-on-TV, it is more than just a webcam placed on top of your HDTV. in fact, it is way more than that. Tely Labs wants us to think of it as a tablet that runs off your standard HDTV and hence, it is powered by the popular Android Operating System and is equipped with NVIDIA Tegra2 dual-core ARM A9 processor Continue reading telyHD

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920
(photos: Logitech) Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 | US$99.99 | www.logitech.com

as monitor with integrated webcam becomes more common, we have almost forgotten the webcam that we once depended on for video chat. in any case that your integrated webcam has less than ideal resolution, then the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 might just be the webcam you need. the C920 boost video chat in an eye-watering full HD 1080p video when connected via Skype or HD 720p via Windows Live Messenger. on top of its high definition video chat capability, the C920 excels in the sound department as well: it has two microphones, one on each side of the webcam, that is said to offer a “natural stereo sound.” other highlights include Logitech Fluid Crystal Technology, Carl Zeiss optics, and a premium 20-step autofocus. Continue reading Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920