The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C270 is one of four high-definition, USB webcams released in June 2010.

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The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C270 is one of four high-definition, USB webcams released in June 2010. All four models support 720p video calling and recording, assuming an Internet connection with a minimum 1Mbps upload speed. As the base unit, the C270 can take high-resolutions snapshots at up to 5MP and upload them to Facebook or YouTube with just one click. Included also is a RightSound microphone for clear conversations without pesky background noise; RightLight 2 Technology, which automatically adjusts camera brightness to accommodate for a poorly-lit room; and compatibility with the most popular IM apps, including Skype, Windows Live, Yahoo, and AIM.

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None of the webcams come with onboard video processors and therefore are not compatible with Skype HD. They do however include an updated version of Logitech Vid HD, which also comes with Logitech Google TV. This means that all four webcam models can be used with a Google TV to video chat WITHOUT a direct PC connection.

  • High-Definition Webcamera
  • 720p Video Calling/Recording
  • High-Resolution Still Shots
  • One-Click Upload to Facebook
  • RightSound Microphone
  • RightLife 2 Technology
  • Free Video Editing
  • Logitech Video Effects
  • Logitech Vid HD
  • IM Compatibility
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
720p Video Calling/Recording System Requirements
  • Windows XP (SP2+), Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • 2.4GHz+ Intel Core 2 Duo
  • 2GB+ GB RAM
  • 200MB+ HDD
  • USB 2.0 Interface
  • 1Mbps+ Upload Speed
  • 1280x720 Screen Resolution
Included Software
  • Logitech Vid™ HD
  • Logitech RightLight™ 2 technology
  • Video and photo capture
  • 1-click Facebook™ and YouTube® HD-upload (registration required)
  • Logitech Video Effects™ Fun Filters
  • Magix™ photo and video editing
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12/04/2010 02:00

I got this so that I could skype with a voice...however, the audio of my voice remains inaudible

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