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Hello, I'm currently thinking about purchasing a webcam... and I'm not sure which one I should try.

My guidelines:

  • Small, preferrably small enough to where it can't be seen (I have siblings that like to take my hardware *grunt*)
  • Not expensive, but "good enough" video/image quality (preferrably under $30)

So far, I had this in mind but it's for notebook computers... anyone know if this will work on a desktop as well?
http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Quickcam-for-Notebooks-961404-0403/dp/B0007ZFLYS/sr=8-3/qid=1159477372/ref=pd_bbs_3/104-8159827-9029564?ie=UTF8&s=electronics

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That looks pretty nice to me.

And yes, it should work, as long as you have an open USB port.

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The camera is designed to fit over a laptop screen. I suspect that without a thin laptop screen, it might not be free standing.

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Hello, I'm currently thinking about purchasing a webcam... and I'm not sure which one I should try.

My guidelines:

  • Small, preferrably small enough to where it can't be seen (I have siblings that like to take my hardware *grunt*)
  • Not expensive, but "good enough" video/image quality (preferrably under $30)

So far, I had this in mind but it's for notebook computers... anyone know if this will work on a desktop as well?
http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Quickcam-for-Notebooks-961404-0403/dp/B0007ZFLYS/sr=8-3/qid=1159477372/ref=pd_bbs_3/104-8159827-9029564?ie=UTF8&s=electronics

how about this;

http://www.consumer.philips.com/consumer/catalog/tree/MONITORS_PC_PERIPHERALS_GR_GB_CONSUMER/PC_CAMERAS_CA_GB_CONSUMER/product/SPC610NC_00_GB_CONSUMER/catalog.jsp?language=en&country=GB&catalogType=CONSUMER&proxybuster=T3E5CXFWXJNN5J0RMRCSHQFHKFSESI5P


i recently brought one for my laptop, think its megapixel as well, and is very small

darren :cool:

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I would suggest don't buy logic, their stuff always seems a but unreliable but creative and philips are both good makes.

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