Logitech unveils new Webcam C930e aimed at business users

Shane McGlaun - Feb 14, 2013, 4:08am CST
Logitech unveils new Webcam C930e aimed at business users

Logitech offers all sorts of products that are geared more towards business users than consumers. One of the most common products the company makes specifically for business users are certain types of webcams. Logitech has unveiled a new webcam for business users today called the Logitech Webcam C930e.

The camera is designed specifically for desktop video and has features that promise to make it easy to use and to provide high-quality video. The webcam has a 90-degree field of view and supports H.264 SVC and UVC 1.5 video encoding standards. The camera also supports high-definition digital pan-tilt-zoom capability.

The webcam offers full HD resolution allowing enterprise-grade video collaboration with large groups thanks to its wide viewing angle. The camera has a Carl Zeiss-certified glass lens that is specifically engineered to avoid fisheye distortion. The camera is optimized for Microsoft Lync and is compatible with both Cisco and Skype as well as most unified communications and video conferencing applications.

The camera’s integrated digital pan-tilt-zoom feature is able to maintain high definition images at up to four times magnification. Logitech says the integrated support for H.264 SVC and UVC 1.5 video encoding frees up PC hardware bandwidth by processing video directly within the camera. The camera will also adjust performance for maximum video quality when bandwidth fluctuates. The camera will be available in May for $109.99.

[via Logitech]

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