Logitech announces C925e Webcam for meetings, vlogging, and live-streaming
By Brian Fagioli
When webcams first came to prominence, they were a grainy mess. Still, having the ability to video chat with another person over the internet was cool as heck. Nowadays, such cameras are used for even more things, such as business meetings, vlogging, and live-streaming over services like Twitch and Stream.me.
While many laptops and monitors have webcams integrated into them, they aren’t always the best quality (ahem, Apple’s brand-new MacBook with obsolete 480p quality). Luckily, third-party USB variants exist. One of the more popular manufacturers of these cams is Logitech. Today, that company announces its newest such model, the C925e, which is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux.
“The Logitech Webcam C925e sports an affordable price of $99 and is certified and qualified for your favorite video applications, including Skype for Business, Cisco Jabber and WebEx, Zoom, BlueJeans, Google Hangouts — just about any application that runs on a PC or Mac. And it’s available today in the U.S. through our existing business channels or online etailer, such as Amazon”, says Logitech.
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