Summary: I read the other reviews & I want to know what these people want. For a $30 camera, this thing rocks! I borrowed my brothers camera so my daughter could talk to grandma. I plugged it in, downloaded the driver from the web & was video conferencing on MSN Messenger in about 2 minutes.
Summary: Compatibility: -------------- Read many reviews saying that they had compatibility issues. But mine hooked up fine on XP Home (make sure you dont connect the cam before you install the s/w - this is mentioned in the instructions).
Summary: I'm not sure if this is in the instructions manual, but for those that have complaints about photo quality, here's one thing you can try- twist the blue lens cover. This changes the focus of the camera which may resolve any image quality issues. Hope it helps
Summary: This is actually NOT a review & rating was given just on average. I'm just wondering if this device is compatible with a high speed USB 2. Because it says it requires USB 1.1. So, can anybody suggest me on this matter? I appreciate any suggestion. Thanks.
Summary: Bought this webcam from Walmart, due to a reasonable price. However, when I got it home and installed it on my computer (Dell Dimension 4550 w/XP Home) it wouldn't let me get out to the internet!
Summary: ok well picture is quite good, price is good and low light sensitivity is better than on a pcline 300a, it also zooms in a little bringing your face closer to the cam. so in general use it is pretty good value.
Summary: I bought this camera for my laptop because I WAS frugal and didn't want to spend a lot of money on the only laptop camera out there. I found it to be a great camera for the price! It focused well, and the software loaded on just fine. Terrific little buy!