Logitech QuickCam Sphere Look your best with Logitech’s QuickCam Sphere

[17/09/09] 

Ever see the film "Sliver", where a creepy William Baldwin (the least popular of Hollywood’s immortal brotherhood) creates the kind of hidden, voyeuristic camera set-up that has teenage boys super-glued to their sheets?

When Zeke Hawkins (a.k.a. Billy) places cameras in the bathrooms, bedrooms and living rooms of the apartments in his building, the one thing on his mind, apart from Sharon Stone (a.k.a. Carly Norris, no relation to Chuck) taking a sponge bath, is quality and clarity. After all, what’s the point of recording Sharon in her birthday suit, if the end footage is crap?
 
Clearly the crafty boys at Logitech think the same way. Their new QuickCam Sphere webcam (HK$1,099) features not only Carl Zeiss lenses, but motorised tracking and auto-focus, which means you’ll always look your best, even when wiggling around, or reaching in for razor-sharp close-ups. It boasts face-tracking technology, a true two-mega pixel sensor (which is, let’s face it, more sensitive than most of us) and an integrated microphone. Combined with the revolutionary light-adapting RightLight software, this webcam captures clear, colour-balanced images for everything from chats with the parents and mates abroad to DIY desk-dancing video clips. Even better, think of the ramifications of this nifty little number as a gift to someone special (and better looking). The possibilities, my friends, are mind boggling.
 
Reach out and Zeke someone.
 
Logitech QuickCam Sphere
www.logitech.com
Available at the following locations:
Wan Chai Computer Centre, 130 Hennesy Road, Wan Chai
Mongkok Computer Centre, 8 Nelson Street, Mongkok
Golden Computer Centre, 146-152 Fuk Wah  Street, Sham Shui Po
 
The Nuts & Bolts: Get top quality images from the Logitech Quickcam Sphere webcam that’s more intelligent than you.

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