Samsung's New 24-Inch Monitor Comes With an Epic 5 Megapixel Webcam Tacked On
Jun 19, 2009 15:11
Samsung's gone and pasted a 5-megapixel webcam on the 24-inch Scopia VC240 monitor. Now we can finally see topless Jesus in all his HD glory!
The Scopia webcam captures 720p video at 30fps with a bitrate of 2 megabits. It also supports V2oIP conferencing technology and uses h.264 compression. Obviously, this thing will never win any design awards, but considering this is an enterprise-oriented product and is far more powerful than any comparable product, I'm not sure Samsung cares.
As for actual monitor specs, the Scopia VC240 has 1920x1080p full HD resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and a 170 degree viewing angle. It will also be available in the fall. Oh, did I mention it costs $2000. Well it does.
Question: what video conference software works with such high resolutions? [Only Gizmos]
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