Logitech BRIO: The best webcam in the market to date

Logitech has announced the launch of BRIO, its most advanced webcam to date. Designed for environments professional users who work from home and use a lot of video , streamers and youtubers.  Logitech BRIO provides a handful of frontline technologies, such as RightLight 3 HDR, quality 4K video , optical 5x zoom or Compatibility with Windows Hello and other security applications based on facial recognition.

Okay, it’s a webcam. But a pretty advanced webcam, seeing its features. We have already commented that it is capable of recording video in 4K resolution and Ultra HD, although it is true that at 30 FPS, although this is more than enough for video conferences or to stream. Logically for lower resolutions you can record video to more FPS, like Full HD to 60 FPS without going further. It is also compatible with HDR (high dynamic range) that improves the image in poor ambient light conditions, has 5x zoom, auto focus and a rather interesting aspect is that it allows the user to select the angle of vision in which he wants to capture the Image between 65, 78 and 90 degrees.

Logitech BRIO is designed for environments professional users who work from home and use a lot of video , streamers and youtubers

Scott Wharton, CEO of Logitech’s video division has made the following statement regarding the launch of BRIO:

“Logitech has more than 20 years providing leading webcams in the market. With BRIO, our goal was to create a sleek webcam that anyone with a high interest in high quality videos could ever need. This webcam takes the technology to a whole new level with a completely new user experience whether to do video conferencing on the job or to stream live an event as well as simply record with professional 4K resolution.”

It should be noted that Logitech BRIO has obtained the certification of Microsoft for use in Skype for Business as well as for its operation in Windows Hello, which allows to elaborate security measures through facial recognition through the webcam, and that allows, for example, Log on to the PC simply by sitting in front of the webcam, without having to enter the password.

The Logitech BRIO is now available on the manufacturer’s website for a price of 249 euros, and will soon reach the brand’s usual network of resellers such as Amazon (where it is already available at the same price) and a variety of online stores.

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