Top 8 Web Cameras for Mobile Workers «

Top 8 Web Cameras for Mobile Workers

Web cams provide you with the ability to connect with co-workers and participate in meetings, without leaving your home office. These are a very valuable tool for telecommuters. With a web camera you can use it to keep in touch, and keep that “face time” with your co-workers. Most web cameras are easy to set up & use right from the box. You don’t need to spend time learning new software.
1. Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Pro
Compatible with both Mac and PC laptops. Mac OS, Mac OS 9, MS Win 98, ME, 2000 and XP required. The Logitech has a built-in microphone and capable of still image captures. The photos are 1.3 megapixel. Connects to laptop via USB cable and the maximum video resolution is 640 x 480 (VGA) at 30 frames per second. The QuickCam has an integrated notebook mount that attaches to any notebook and can be folded up for storage when not in use. It comes complete with communiction software and USB cable.
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2. Creative Labs Creative WebCam Notebook
Compatible with PC systems only. Requires either MS Win98, 98SE, ME, 2000 or XP. Includes communication software, image editing software and USB cable. Maximum video resolution is 640 x 480 (VGA) at 20 frames per second.

3. MacAlly Portable USB Video Web Camera
Compatible with both Mac and Windows laptops operating with Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, MS Win98SE, WinME, Win2000 or XP. It is capable of still image capture and reqires manual focus. Maximum video capture resolution is 352 x 288 (CIF) and connects via USB cable and is compatible with various Internet chat programs.

4. Micro Innovations Notebook Flexicam
This flexible coil camera connects via USB and comes with a variety of image editing programs. It is compatible with Windows based laptops. Still image resolution is 352 x 288. Includes USB cable, CD-ROM with software and manual.

5. D-Link Wireless Internet Camera
The D-Link wireless internet camera has a built-in microphone and connects via Ethernet or 802.11b compatible wireless connections. It is a standalone mobile device with a built-in CPU and web server. It also has a pan/tilt function that can be adjusted from its Web-based interface or with included remote control. Maximum video resolution is 320 x 240 and captures video in MPEG format. It is compatible with Windows based laptops.

6. LABTEC WebCam PC Internet Video Camera
The Labtec requires Windows operating system and this web camera is capable of capturing still images. Maximum video capture resolution is 352 x 288 (CIF) at 30 frames per second. The Labtec connects via USB and comes with it’s own cable.

7. Ezonics EZCAM III EZ-307 Web Camera
The EZCAM III EZ-307 is a multi featured web camera that allows you to use it for video conferencing, create mini movies to send by email and still photos. It uses one USB connection and does not require any other external power source. Its dimensions are: 3.7″ x 1.8″ x 4.7″ (H x W x D). It weighs just 14 ounces so carrying it is no problem.

8. Samsung Pleomax Pleo Web Camera
The Samsung Pleomax Pleo Cam I web camera uses a USB and includes a built-in microphone. You can take still photos, record video to your laptop and use it for video conferencing. It has a 640 x 480 CMOS sensor. It is compatible with Windows based PCs running Windows 95-XP.


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