Normally webcams provide blurry images and the user keeps wondering what the other person actually looks like. Even if you do manage to see that person, the image is quite grainy. This is where Microsoft decided to bring a difference by using High Definition technology.
Microsoft Lifecam is a smart looking device and stands at 2-inches, has a full aluminum body that makes it light yet durable and its prime focus is its 720p HD sensor (it has an LED indicator below it), which has a protective silver band around it. Its flexible rubber base is an amazing support and it stands firm on any surface. It can rotate 360 degrees from the base and can be tilted up and down. Right on top is a digital microphone with noise canceling technology. Now, what makes Microsoft Lifecam superior to other web cams, is the 720p HD sensor with Auto Focus, which is quite new for web cams. Its 16:9 aspect ratio offers a wide field of view which in simple terms means you can see the entire room. It is compatible with Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live, AOL IM and Skype.
It uses clean frame technology which delivers smooth and clear video. One can upload clear videos on Facebook at will and video chatting is a good experience as well. It also has the ability to adjust to the room light itself.
Bottomline: At about 4k its priced higher than normal webcams, but, considering that fact that it is HD and a well performing one, it is definitely worth checking out.
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