Best webcams

Our pick for top three webcams from Microsoft, faceVision and Liquid Digital Solutions

The webcam has become a bit neglected in recent years. With most notebooks and many monitors coming with inbuilt webcams, the need for one of these gadgets has reduced significantly. Nonetheless, if you require a standalone model for blogging or suchlike, here are a few of our favourite models.

To read our full, in-depth review, click on the model name of each camcorder.

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faceVsion TouchCam N1

The FaceVsion TouchCam N1 HD Webcam is a bit hefty, but it packs a lot of power into its 720p HD video capture.

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  • 23rd Aug., 2010
  • Leah Yamshon
  • faceVsion
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  • Pros:
  • Adjustments and autofocus yield high video quality, excellent audio quality
  • Cons:
  • Compatible with Skype only, bulky design

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