Summary: This little eye on a stalk does a pretty good job turning your chosen computer-based calling solution into a real live conference phone. Skype, Google Hangouts, join.me, Uberconference, etc. all work great with this device. Obviously, the most important thing is sound quality, and this does a remarkable job with both the speaker and the microphone. It's even tamed a wicked echo in the conference room at one of our offices.
Summary: We have several of these in small conference rooms at work (rooms designed for 4-5 people). They have great video quality, pick up sound in a room of that size really well, and the remote and camera controls are very nice. I'd recommend them for small conference rooms or individual offices.
Summary: Very good in sound and video quolity. Very easy to setup & use. We use it in a 18 people room and feels no issue. The problem is the power adapter socket is a bit loose. We need to avoid moving the unit on table. Another problem is the pole tip is a bit week. When the head is turning fast, you can hear cracking sound. After I applied two round of scotch tape on the top of the pole, it works fine.
Summary: The fact that this WEBCAM Comes with it's on stand is very convenient and better then having to connect it on top of your laptop or set it on a desk, as it is raised and can be used with desktops as well. Good quality photo and video as well.
Summary: We were looking for an inexpensive way to have a group conference on skype. This camera provides good video for the price and the sound quality on the speaker is very good. It is very easy to connect to a laptop, which we have connected wirelessly to our TV via a net gear device.
Summary: The idea is cool, audio quality is good, but the idea that the viewer can't control it makes the whole scheme a little pointless (I knew this going in and it is not the reason for reducing a star).... The reason for dropping a star is that the video quality is very mediocre, compared to the Logitech C920 this thing does not look anywhere near 'good'. Pass this up on the gimmick factor, and stay away on video quality.