Logitech Brio 100 is an affordable 1080p webcam
Today, Logitech launches its latest webcam, the Brio 100, and no, it is not particularly impressive. For instance, from a specifications standpoint, it is not a 4K camera. Actually, it is “only” 1080p. Guess what? That’s a good thing. Why? Because many, if not most, people don’t actually need a 4K webcam, and this allows it to be very affordable.
The Brio 100 offers Logitech’s RightLight feature that amps up the brightness by a significant 50 percent. This is a marked improvement over previous generation Logitech webcams. Want more control over your visuals? You can also dive into the Logi Options+ app and tweak settings to your heart's content.
Aesthetically, the Brio 100 doesn't disappoint. You can choose from three colors, such as Graphite, Off-White, and Rose, to match your workspace vibe or add a touch of personal flair. Beyond its sleek design, this webcam is a testament to Logitech's dedication to a greener planet. With substantial post-consumer recycled plastic in its build and carbon-neutral certification, you're making an environmentally-conscious choice.
But this webcam isn't just about looks. The built-in microphone assures that your voice carries, loud and clear. Regardless of the platform you're using -- be it Microsoft Teams, Zoom, or Google Meet -- Brio 100's got your back. And when it's time for a little privacy, the integrated shutter ensures you can shut out the world in a snap.
- Height: 1.26 in (31.91 mm)
- Width: 2.87 in (72.91 mm)
- Depth: 2.62 in (66.64 mm)
- Weight: 2.65 oz (75 g)
- 1080p/30fps (1920x1080 pixels)
- 720p/30fps (1280x720 pixels)
- Camera megapixel: 2MP
- Focus & Lens: Fixed focus, Custom 4 element plastic lens with anti-reflective coating
- Microphone: Omni-directional, Up to 3ft range
- Field of View: 58° diagonal
- Connectivity: USB-A plug-and-play
- Features: Integrated privacy shutter, RightLight 2 auto-light balance
As previously stated, the Brio 100 is quite affordable. It can be had for just $39.99, making it a wise choice for anyone still using an old 720p webcam. Many laptops have poor-quality integrated cameras, and for a penny less than forty bucks, you can score a significant improvement.
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