Summary: I had to replace a desktop and it came with Windows 8. None of my on hand webcams were compatible--none would work. I guess we can say they call it "8" for the number of people that will have compatible equipment. I searched on Amazon for a cam that would work.
Summary: I gave this one a try because it is smaller than others I have tried, but I could only get it to work with Mac OSX, and even then the picture quality is poor. In Linux, the colors are inverted and picture is distorted. Other reviewers said it worked for them, so maybe I got a lemon.
Summary: The video quality is terrible. I read other reviews complaining about it, but I optimistically figured that the reviewers maybe had high expectations, and a 720P HD camera surely must be better than the 10-year old 640x480 webcam I already had, right? Wrong.
Summary: I noticed that the cord was shorter than usual. I moved my computer around to make it work. The webcam hinge doesn't sit on the flat screen computer monitor very well. I fiddled with it for while until it stayed. Finally, the contrast was off. I was orange.
Summary: I've had this camera for about 9 months. It originally worked fine but after video chatting more frequently it started cutting out and required resetting. Then it stopped working all together and caused my computer to reboot.
Summary: Its monitor clasp doesnt stop it from moving very well, with its own cable dragging it to a tilt. The video quality isnt at all HD, and the Framerate is abysmal. Have to use my HP one until I can find a replacement. Very let down.
Summary: Having upgraded my PC to Windows 10 I have a Logitech C270 which doesn't have Windows 10 drivers available so I bought this Creative webcam which is certified for Windows 10. The image quality of my Logitech is far superior to this Creative offering with video lag and grain.