Did you see our two announcements last week? We unveiled the Logitech Wireless Mouse M510 and our new family of HD webcams and Logitech Vid HD.
Gizmodo reports: “I had a chance to test it [Logitech Vid HD] out with the folks at Logitech and it really is the highest quality video call I’ve experienced” and the San Francisco Chronicle said “With the new cameras along with the right PC hardware, users can conduct some stunningly clear calls over relatively modest broadband speeds. Logitech has done a lot of work with its Fluid Crystal technology to make video calls efficient so they don’t require full quad-core processors or super fast connections.” For more information, check out our YouTube video walkthrough with Tim Leehane, Logitech’s director of product marketing for webcams.
Check out more Logitech coverage below:
- LG, LifeSize Unveil Integrated Display, Video Conferencing System – eWeek
- Logitech Vid Does HD Video Calling With Four 720p Webcams – Gizmodo
- Logitech releases new video-chat HD Webcams – CNET
- Logitech announces four new 720p HD, Vid-capable webcams – Geek.com
- LifeSize HD videoconferencing married with LG HD display – iTWire
- Logitech works to make HD video conferencing easy – Seattlepi.com
- Logitech announces four new HD webcams – TechConnect Magazine
- Logitech C910 HD webcam launched – Ubergizmo
- Logitech trots out webcams with 1080p, stereo mics – Electronista
- Logitech HD Pro Webcams – Geeky Gadgets
- Logitech Unveils 4 New HD Webcams & Chat Software – Gadget Review
- Logitech launches 720p webcam streaming service – CrunchGear
- Logitech works to make HD video conferencing easy – San Francisco Chronicle
- Logitech’s Video Calling Goes High-Def – PCMag.com
- Logitech Adds HD Web Cams – Twice
- LifeSize is adding products, jobs, office space – Statesman
- Logitech Talks About its Role in Google TV – WebProNews
- Logitech to use Harmony Link remote – Tech Watch
- Logitech Harmony Link for Android and Google TV – Andriod Guys
- Internet radio showing constant improvement – Star Bulletin
- Connect Pandora computer, house’s sound system – SFGate
- Google TV gets the best Universal Remote in Logitech’s Harmony Link – Gather
- Logitech Bringing Andriod & iPhone Apps for Google TV – Talk Andriod
- Logitech emphasizing free Android, iPhone apps for Google TV control instead of its remotes – ZD Net
You know what would really be news? If one could just install a small and simple mouse driver to get the wheel-tilt feature to do something. Being able to do that, without downloading the whole bloated 79 MB packege, that would be front page story.
We appreciate the feedback, and we’ve passed this along to the team.