Here are 5 computer monitors with built-in cameras. It used to be that the extent of innovation a manufacturer might show was to plop a camera on top of a monitor and call it a new device. Unimpressive to say the least. Webcams have increased in quality and come built in to some high quality monitors. If you haven’t experienced this kind of technology and are looking forward to buying one, here are some examples of monitors with built in cameras:
- Envision E218c1 monitor with built in camera is the most up to date monitor that Envision offers. It has the latest LCD screen with 22-inch display, 1680×1050 resolution, 700:1 contrast ratio, and 5-millisecond response rate. It also has a built in speaker, mike and a 1.3 MP camera. With all this specification intact, you can really say that it is the complete package of a monitor.
- Asus MK241H monitor with built in webcam is a 24-inch monitor with 1920×1200 resolution. It gives out one of the highest quality of images, astonishing color and intense motion on your desktop. It also has a built in 1.3 mega-pixel web cam with microphone that gives you more comfort in communicating with your love ones abroad.
- Dell's 20-inch LCD with Built-in Webcam is complete with 680×1050 resolution, 2ms response speed, and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. The best part, besides the great display itself, is the built-in 2.0-megapixel webcam, which makes it unnecessary to purchase another webcam.
- The HP Pavilion w2558hc monitor is a 25.5-inch wide-screen LCD monitor with an astounding 1920×1200 factory-set resolution and features a built-in 2.0 megapixel webcam designed for low-light conditions to take your photos and videos. It also comes with a built in 15-1 card reader to display them. What more can you ask for?
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