I enjoyed using a Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000 WebCam since early 2006 and was happy with it's performance. I don't use a webcam daily, but often use it to chat and catch up with family and friends. Since my webcam was older and the opportunity presented itself, I chose to upgrade to the newer version. These days, webcams are a standard piece of hardware. Compared the QuickCam Pro 5000, the C600 shows little differences on the surface. The major visible difference relates to … more
This is the first HD cam that I ever used. I'm also glad to say that it worked like a charm with Skype on Windows 7. It installs without a hassle and comes with a disk that includes drivers and miscellaneous programs. Not much to say as it does what it supposed to do and I've yet to encounter any problems. The fact that it works under Windows 7 is a relief since I had switched from Windows XP recently. At first when I tested it out, I couldn't even recognize myself! Seeing yourself in HD for the … more
I use Skype to talk to relatives overseas, so webcams come in very handy. I've owned many Logitech models over the years, and as always, am thrilled with the performance of the C600 as well. Installation is as easy as it comes - once the CD is installed you go through some easy set up screens, and that's pretty much it. There's troubleshooting available, but with the numerous models I've had prior to this one, I've never had to troubleshoot once. Basically, anyone who has … more
Through Amazon Vine, I recently received a review unit of the Logitech Webcam C600. Of all the webcams I've owned and used, this is probably the best of all of them. They don't work and perform much better than this. As with most Logitech items, the install was painless. Put the CD in, plug in the camera when the prompt comes up, and you're pretty much done. There's an option to Logitech's video mail service, but I passed on that one as I have far too many other mail services … more
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