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Cammy IP camera cloud viewing app review

on Sunday, June 15th, 2014

If you have ever been to a party where they say to BYOB – bring your own beer, then you’ll understand the concept of the Cammy IP camera cloud viewing app that requires you to BYOC – bring your own camera. As a diehard fan of Dropcam cameras, I was intrigued by Cammy for one importantRead More…


SPIshutter MacBook webcam privacy cover review

on Monday, March 3rd, 2014

Have you ever accidentally started a video chat with someone when you were looking less than your best? Or maybe you’re a little paranoid that THEY may be watching your every move through the webcam on your MacBook? An easy way to solve that problem would be to stick a piece of tape over theRead More…


Genius Cam Mouse review

on Monday, October 14th, 2013

I like working in a mixed-media environment with my computer, paper notebook, and mobile phone all at my desk.  Sometimes I’ll jot down notes in my notebook with a pen, since it’s easier to do, as I take a phone call, or when someone is speaking.  After I write down a bunch of notes, sometimesRead More…


Hercules Mini HD Twist – A Webcam With Fashion Sense

on Friday, February 24th, 2012

Hercules announced their new HD Twist webcam during CES this past January in Las Vegas. With a suggested retail price of only $34.99, this webcam features 30fps, a 720p sensor that provides 1280×720 video resolution, 5 megapixel photo resolution, and a built in microphone with noise reduction. The unique thing about this webcam is its flexibleRead More…

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 Review

By: Elizabeth Daugherty
on Friday, April 8th, 2011

Logitech HD Pro Webcam. Whoopity doo.  Honestly, I hate to sound negative but I just do not get what the big deal is.   I get HD.  I do.  Maybe not in the same obsession as anyone with a television or cellphone or video camera.  That group is a whole different breed.   I’ve seenRead More…


Genius HD Webcam with Crazytalk Software

By: Don Zelazny
on Thursday, August 26th, 2010
Posted in: Computer Gear, News

Are you a fan of sending webcam films of little Wanda and her loose tooth to Aunt Millie in Iowa, or any other webcam uses?  Genius, a Florida company with an extensive line of webcams has just released what looks to be a pretty cool new webcam, the eFACE 2025 which is bundled with CrazyTalkRead More…


Logitech unveils new HD webcam and vid HD family

on Monday, August 9th, 2010

Logitech has a made a pledge to bring HD video to anyone, anywhere, and has taken another step toward that goal by unveiling a full lineup of HD webcams and the recently announced Logitech Vid HD, the free and easy way to make an HD video call.  A few of the new features include HDRead More…


Tandberg PrecisionHD USB Video Camera Review

on Friday, March 26th, 2010

The Tandberg PrecisionHD USB Video Camera is a high quality camera that captures 30 frame per second full 720p (1280×720) video and mono audio. This would be the ideal camera for corporate desktop video conferencing, or for casual or mobile video podcasting. It’s large size and decent heft make it less appealing for the businessRead More…

Wirelessly stream video with a Vue Personal Video Network

on Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

I enjoyed reviewing the Wi-Spi EX30 security camera from Brickhouse Security, it is missing one important feature – remote viewing from the internet. I think I may have found a better solution for those times when I would like to see what’s going on in my home while I’m at work. It’s the Avaak VueRead More…


Microsoft LifeCam Cinema – a Webcam with True 720p HD

By: Krista Crowell
on Monday, October 5th, 2009

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to play with the new Microsoft LifeCam Cinema and I am impressed.  I haven’t tried any other HD webcams but compared to my previous webcam, the Microsoft LifeCam Cinema is far superior.  To make this review simple, I compared the QuickCam Pro 9000 that I purchased in March 2009Read More…


BlueMic announces the Eyeball 2.0 Webcam

on Thursday, October 1st, 2009

I became a big fan of BlueMic products after reviewing thei BlueMic Snowflake microphone. Today they are announcing the Eyeball 2.0 – its next generation Web camera with built-in microphone. Now featuring a higher-quality lens and 2-megapixel camera (1600 x 1200 pixels), Eyeball 2.0 is a plug-and-play webcam with professional-class, digital audio. It is availableRead More…

Who had the first 720p webcam? Microsoft LifeCam or Hercules DualPix?

on Thursday, August 27th, 2009
Posted in: Laptops and Gear

We’ve got another webcam claiming to be the first one with 720p capability. Late last week it was Microsoft’s LifeCam. Today it’s the Hercules DualPix. The DualPix comes in at a better price point ($59.99) than the LifeCam ($80.00) and appears to be more adjustable with two axes that can rotate for capturing pictures.

Scare people even more – 3D web cam

on Sunday, August 9th, 2009

I’m not a big fan of web cams and don’t use them very often. I like the fact that I can roll out of bed with crazy hair and mismatched pajamas, chat with people and they can’t see me. If I weren’t so self-conscience, I might be tempted to check out what might be theRead More…

Rovio Mobile Webcam Review

By: Sean Carroll
on Tuesday, November 4th, 2008
Posted in: Geek Toys, Wireless

I have a dog at home and I have a mounted webcam to check in on him. This system works fairly well but occasionally he isn’t on the couch in the living room and it is at times like that, that I’ve wished for a camera that I could pan and tilt. I was really excited when I heard about Rovio, I thought it would be the perfect solution! Forget pan and tilt, I could actually go find my dog and check in on him where ever he might be.

Brando IP Security Camera Review

on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

I’m a big fan of webcams. Once I figured out how to broadcast a webcam stream on a webpage,
I started broadcasting from work so that my mom and friends could see me. One idea I had related to this was setting up a little home
surveillance system with my two Logitech QuickCams and my eeePC 701’s integrated webcam. I’m mostly just curious to see what my cats do
all day while I’m at work. While setting up such a stream is pretty easy, it requires running a computer 24/7 and can be a little power and
bandwidth hungry.

IPEVO PoV Webcam Review

on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

I’m a bit of a webcam aficionado. I have several – my Dell XPS M1330 and eeePC 701 have integrated webcams, plus I have an older
VGA Logitech QuickCam and a new 2MP QuickCam Orbit AF. Video chatting can be a lot of fun when your friends live out-of-state – or on the
other side of the globe. Julie sent over a couple webcams for me to review – the
IPEVO PoV and a networked security camera from Brando.

Brando USB Webcam with Telescope

By: Ellen Beeman
on Friday, February 9th, 2007

This is a story that does not end well…

A webcam with a telescope lens attachment! How could I, an aficionado of webcams, resist the opportunity to try one of these?

I knew I was in for an adventure with a non-brand product with the intriguing name on the box of “Digital Product PC Camera”.

Octave Systems, Inc. Multipod 5 in 1 Review

on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2005

Product Requirements: Web Cam mode: USB port, MS Windows 98SE (install USB driver), WinME, Win2000, WinXP OS with DirectX 8.1 or later     Graphics Adapter capable of 800×600 resolution, 64k colors     Pentium II 266, with 64MB RAM (Win 98/ME), or 128MB RAM (Win2K/XP) Pen Drive Mode: MS Win 98SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP Updated 02/07/05Read More…

Qcam 530ml Plus Webcam Review

By: Ellen Beeman
on Thursday, March 4th, 2004

Product Requirements: Device: Windows 98 and higher, USB port   I love webcams. Most of my family live overseas, and we rely on instant messaging with webcams to stay in contact. I am always eager to try new webcams, and was especially interested in this model from Crayton Electronics. The Qcam 530M is a veryRead More…

Qcam 210 WebCam Review

on Monday, February 24th, 2003

Product Requirements: Device: Windows 98 and higher, USB port Instant messaging applications such as Windows Messenger, ICQ and Yahoo! Messenger are extremely popular with both teens and adults alike. The ability to type in real-time back and forth to your friends is fantastic. I know I would feel totally cut off if I didn’t haveRead More…

iFive WebCam Review

on Thursday, March 25th, 1999
Posted in: Computer Gear

Program Requirements: Desktop: Windows 98 Free USB port The iFive WebCam by AIMS  is one of the first USB webcams available.  This WebCam comes with a nice bundle of software including Howdy, VDOPhone, and M@X. iFive camera specs: Optical system : ¼" CCD Active pixels CCD : 512 (H) x 582 (V) Output resolutions :Read More…

eCam Review

By: Don Damiani
on Monday, March 15th, 1999

Program Requirements: Desktop: Windows 95 System Configuration: Pentium 75mhz or faster Bi-directional Parallel Port, (ECP for optimal performance) 16MB RAM min. Sound card, microphone, speakers. Enough free disk space to store your videos. The eCam from Newcom Inc. is a desktop digital video camera that you can use to take videos, and email them toRead More…

ViCAM Review

on Wednesday, March 3rd, 1999

Program Requirements: Desktop: Still Imaging: 486 DX 33 or better, 8meg Ram, parallel port, Win 95, 98 or NT Motion Imaging: 133 MHz Pentium or better, 16meg Ram, parallel port, Win 3.1, 95, 98 or NT ViCAM by Vista Imaging Inc. is an all in one PC digital camera. It can take still shots orRead More…

CVideo-Mail Pro Review

By: Mark Goddard
on Sunday, February 21st, 1999

Discontinued Product Program Requirements: Desktop: PC with a Pentium processor and an available PCI slot. Windows 98 or 95 Minimum 16mb RAM 4mb disk space from CVideo-Mail Sound card (SoundBlaster compatible) CDrom Monitor capable of viewing 256 colors CVideo-Mail Pro is a software/hardware solution for sending video email to anyone, including family, friends, co-workers,etc. CVideo-MailRead More…

WinCam Live Review

on Monday, August 24th, 1998

The WinCam.Live Internet Camera System by StarDot Technologies is a fully automated webcam. This isn’t one of those little webcams that you use to do video chat through Microsoft NetMeeting or other such programs. WinCam.Live is more suited although not limited to surveillance type work. This product can be easily configured to take a pictureRead More…