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LifeCam NX-300 :: Innovative Cute and Compact WebCam

LifeCam NX-300 :: Innovative Cute and Compact WebCam

Just a while back, one of my friend called me and asked what WebCam to purchase? I asked him why. He was telling me that one recruitment consultant just called him a while back towards some opportunities in 'Tata Interactive' (Mumbai) and if shortlisted for the interview, the interview procedure is like through a webcam between 11 AM and 5 PM during weekdays. I was wondering about this peculiar interview strategy.

Well! I launched Windows Live Search to find out more about available WebCams. The one that appealed to me was LifeCam NX-300 which seemed to be a compact web cam with some of the cute and innovative features, at least from the website point of view:

  1. HD 1.3 MP Photos
  2. Video support
  3. 3x Zoom
  4. Focus Field: 21` to 60`.

Again the price is about 59.95$ and hence I have asked a couple of my friends in US to see if there are better deals to avail for the same. Anyways, I just thought I would also share this with other interested readers.

Check out the product's official website over here.


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