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Logitech launched Brio, a 4K HDR webcam: the Tesla of Webcams

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After the¬†invention of smartphones, many tech gadgets started to fade away. Among those, webcams are certainly one that we’ve started to use less often. Webcams, the must-have for a video chat, are now found in every laptop we buy. Plus, people now prefer phones over computers for video chatting. That may be the reason why webcams are what we hear the least about lately. But Logitech’s newest webcam, the Brio Pro, has heated the tech industry again. Since it’s the World’s first 4K and HDR webcam one can have, it’s worldwide addresses can be considered obvious.

Logitech Brio 4k Pro Webcam

Let’s start with the price of this newest release from Logitech. This webcam is priced at 199USD which is a considerably high price for a webcam but what it offers makes it worth the price. The Brio shoots videos in Ultra HD (UHD) resolution (4096 x 2160) at 30 fps, or in 1080p at 60 fps. When it comes to a webcam, they are the ones we use inside a room. In regular conditions, rooms are mostly under-lit. But if you own this webcam, lighting conditions are something you shouldn’t ever worry about. This webcam works on the Logitech’s RightLight 3 technology that gives good results even in low-light. Plus it’s the HDR webcam after all. So, the results are gonna be mind-blowingly¬†good.

Other feature includes its capacity to shoot 5X zoom videos at 1080p and 60fps. Besides, it even supports Windows Hello. That means you can log in to your Windows 10 PC using your face as the password. Moreover, you can also alter the camera’s field of view to three different angles.

Okay, now let’s talk about will something like this come to Market of Nepal? Honestly, I don’t think so. Do we even have someone who will buy a webcam for over 20k? That said, it is still a good buy for those who are into vlogging inside a room or those who do a lot of corporate conference calls online.