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Logitech introduces Webcam C170 and Webcam C110 for easy video calls


Logitech has announced the Webcam C170 and C110 that are easy to install and use, and feature one-touch upload to social networking and sharing sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Both incorporate Logitech Fluid Crystal technology that provides smooth video, sharp pictures with rich colours and clear audio.

Designed with a sleek universal clip to easily fit any laptop or desktop computer, the new Logitech webcams C170 and C110 make it easy to get connected online. Both feature built-in automatic noise-reduction that helps minimize background noise, as well as Logitech Fluid Crystal technology for smooth and sharp video and images. The webcams offer high-quality video call with a frame rate of up to 30 per second and allows you to video capture at 1024 x768 (XVGA) resolution.

Logitech Webcam C170

The Logitech Webcam C170 is designed to minimize choppiness and background noise with improved performance in low light situations to deliver a clear connection whatever you are. The webcam also snaps software-enhanced, 5-megapixel pictures and offers a quicker way to keep in touch when you don’t have time for a video call. The Logitech Webcam C170 is available in Singapore now for a suggested retail price of S$29.

Logitech Webcam C110

The Logitech Webcam C110 is easy to operate and is capable of capturing basic but high-quality video, as well as clear 1.3-megapixel photos. It is expected to be available in Singapore in mid-December and has a suggested retail price of S$23.

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