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Logitech HD Webcam C510 rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C510 is a middle of the road HD webcam. It sits between the C310 and the C910. It's a little better than the C310, but not quite as good as the C910. That being said this is a very capable webcam. As a matter of fact, for the money this is probably one of the best HD webcams out there.


 

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The Microsoft LifeCam Studio 1080p HD Webcam offers fantastic quality HD video. This webcam looks amazing, has a flexible base, comes with a great mic, tripod mount, long USB cable and more. It's capable of 1080P, quality autofocus lens and comes with TrueColor and CleanFrame technology. Considering how affordable this webcam is, it's a very impressive product. As a matter of fact, this is the best webcam I've tested so far.


 

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Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 sports quality Carl Zeiss optics with autofocus capable of full HD 1080p video capture, comes with great dual mics, long 5 foot USB2 cable, has excellent build quality and it's affordable. Currently, this is the best HD webcam on the market.


 

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AC Ryan Presents Playon!DVRHD

Dual TV Tuners The Playon!DVRHD includes 2 Digital TV (DVB-T) tuners, so you can watch and record different channels at the same time. Supports both MPEG2 & newer MPEG4 H.264 DVB-T broadcast, so you can enjoy DVB-T broadcasts in every country regardless of which DVB-T format is broadcasted.

Antiferromagnetism could speed up your hard drive—eventually

Researchers show that antiferromagnetism has inertia. As a result, you can flip the magnetic field orientation by giving it a quick push and walking away while it does the rest itself. It may be a while before this tech shows up in your PC, however.

 
 
 

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