It's time for some free stuff! This time, we're giving away a Logitech Pro Personal Video Collaboration Kit, which includes the company's Brio 4K webcam and the Zone Wireless headset.
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Today, Logitech announced Personal Collaboration Kits, bundles that include its Zone Wireless Headset, and either a BRIO 4K or C925e webcam. The new packages will run you $299 or $399.
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Logitech's BRIO webcam can record in 4K, 1080p at 60fps, and supports Windows Hello. At $199, it's everything that you could want in a webcam, and it's the best that you can buy. Here's our review.
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Logitech says that the BRIO was designed to be "the Tesla of webcams", featuring multiple field of view and connectivity options, HDR and 4K support, Windows Hello facial recognition, and more.