Logitech has announced its new webcam, Logitech BRIO. BRIO is a powerhouse webcam for business and home-office users, streamers, YouTubers, vloggers, and anyone else looking for a top-of-the-line webcam. BRIO comes packed with industry firsts including Logitech RightLight 3 with HDR, 4K ultra HD video quality, and 5X zoom, plus support for Windows Hello and other secure infrared-based facial recognition applications.
“Logitech has been delivering market-leading webcams for 20 years. With BRIO, our goal was to create an elegantly designed, feature-packed webcam that anyone who is the slightest bit serious about video quality will want,” said Scott Wharton, vice president and general manager of Logitech Video Collaboration. “Logitech BRIO takes webcams to an entirely new level. It’s truly an unparalleled webcam experience, whether you’re using it for business video collaboration, streaming a live event, or recording professional-quality video in 4K.”
Logitech BRIO works with all popular business applications, including Skype for Business and Cisco-compatible certifications, as well as all Logitech Collaboration Programme cloud video partners such as BlueJeans, BroadSoft, Vidyo and Zoom.
“Making do with ‘good enough’ equipment is not a viable solution in today’s business climate,” said Rob Arnold, Industry Principal of Connected Work at Frost & Sullivan. “At a highly attractive price point, Logitech BRIO delivers advanced functionality for the increasing number of professionals who rely on video communication. Organisations that are equipping their workforce with robust video applications should complete their solutions with premium cameras such as Logitech BRIO.”
“Microsoft is pleased that Logitech has chosen to bring enterprise-grade security with Windows Hello facial recognition to the BRIO webcam,” said Matt Perry, partner group programme manager at Microsoft. “By qualifying BRIO with Windows Hello, Logitech is providing its consumer and enterprise customers with a Windows 10 login experience that is secure, password-free and seamless.”
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