Logitech showed us his TVCAM to use Skype on any TV with HDMI
We met the guys from Logitech in Spain to learn about new products from its catalog for the coming months, including pointed a Camera to use skype and video calling with any TV that has an hdmi input.
The Logitech TV Cam HD allows us to use Skype from any HDTV with HDMI input, without it a ‘Smart TV’: Installation is very simple as you only need Internet connectivity via Wi-Fi or via cable, and as the camera integrates Skype do not need a computer in the process.
Once you have connected to electricity, the TV and the Internet, on the screen of your TV screen goes you start Skype, where you log in and go. Includes a small remote control for easy control.
Stat: Logitech TV Cam HD features a wide angle, so you get the whole family during the video, making it ideal to have it in the room for a family reunion where you want to share with friends in another city, for example … In addition, the camera integrates four microphones that reduce noise and improve the sound of video calling.
Availability and price?? Already on sale in Spain, as we have confirmed from Logitech, and sells for 199.99 euros price. If you already know it’s not exactly cheap, but is there anything perfect in life? This can be a solution for users that do not have a Smart TV not want to be connecting the computer to the TV.
Peripherals for Windows 8
In the showroom of the guys we saw in Madrid Logitech also peripherals for Windows 8 that before John Paul was speaking here , as are the T650 Touchpad Wireless and rechargeable, noted for its glass touch pad ultra-soft that speeds navigation between browser windows to provide more room for your fingers to move freely.
Basically this touchpad try to play our experience when we work with a tablet, for example, so the movements are intuitive for almost any user: You can point, click and scroll the screen, control everything with your finger from the touchpad.
The T650 Touchpad is recharged via a USB, and once with the battery at full capacity has a range of up to one month and an on-off button, enabling you to save energy by turning it off when you’re not working, and a light that indicates when the battery is low. A Spain arrive in the coming weeks and will sell for 79.99 euros.
Another proposal is for Windows 8 users more classics: The Touch Mouse T620 does not have the typical middle wheel bringing mice, but a full-touch surface that makes navigation more fluid, mimicking the experience of touch screens: Lets Clicking anywhere on the surface of the mouse, even at the edges, so that all movements are simple and intuitive.
Highlights from Logitech that this proposal has a laser optical sensor ensures precise tracking on virtually any surface and its battery lasts six months. Need price and availability? Spanish also will be released in the coming weeks for a price of 69.99 euros.
And complete the bet by another mouse Windows 8: The “Zone T400 Touch Mouse”, which is not completely touch as above, but instead of the typical thread has a glass surface and allows touch-click the front of the touch area to go directly to the home screen
Windows 8 and your apps, for example.
In addition, we explained the Logitech guys that rubber coating makes navigation more comfortable and attachment of the standard functions of a traditional mouse such as vertical and horizontal scrolling, and has a range of 18 months once refills to most of your battery, which can ‘pay’ to your liking as it has on/off switch for regules it when you’re not using, and a warning light will indicate how much you’re left battery. This Zone T400 Touch Mouse also come to Spain in the coming weeks and will cost 49.99 euros.Tags: Accessories, Camera, hdmi, keyboards, Logitech, Mice, Mouse, Peripherals, skype, TV