GE Webcam With Innovative Collapsible Design, LED Lighting

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Check out this unusually designed webcam, branded GE but made by Jasco. Introduced last year, it can either be clipped to your laptop screen or stood up on its pedestal that collapses into a smaller lens-protecting package to take on the road. It is also four LEDs surrounding the lens, bringing out the twinkle in your eye, or maybe even smoothing out a wrinkle or two.

Yeah, this is a cheap webcam that sells for $31.95, but it still packs nominal specs such a 640x480 resolution, a built-in mic and 30fps video. They've been spotted with either a black or white finish. Might be a nice addition to your travel kit if your laptop doesn't already have a built-in webcam.

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brianshayne
brianshayne

Hmm, working in sales it is quite neat to see the same product in different colours and branded by a different manufacturer. At TSCC here in Canada we sell the same camera (as far as I know it's the same).

http://www.thesourcecc.com/estore/Product…

This one is Centrios branded and I am assuming that they are made by the same ODM, although I could be mistaken. Yay for house brands.

Brian D