Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Deluxe for Notebooks
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13 October 2011
Summary: I bought this item with the knowledge of reading up on it, the facts, etc, thinking it was going to be a great item. I was so disappointed. Money wasted, do not bother using it or purchasing it. The different levels it has, none of them work, if you keep adjusting it, it gets blurrier and blurrier.
Summary: This cam crashes my computer the moment I plug it in!!! I can install all the software, but then when it comes time to plug the cam itself into the computer... CRASH!!! I get the blue screen of death. very disappointing.
Summary: Very, very unhappy with this item. The picture is dull, not very clear. I have a high quality webcam from Logitech which is superb that I use on my pc but wanted a smaller one for my laptop. My sole use of the cam is for Skype video calls. I was fooled by the "Deluxe" in the name.
Summary: Even though it advertises having 1.3 megapixels, the resolution is very poor. It's marginal for small sizes, and way too blurry when you go full screen. I recommend the Logitech Pro 9000 (2MP) instead, though it's twice the price.
Summary: Even though this seems to be a good basic webcam I can only give one star because the software for this webcam really slows down my computer. I tried it on three different laptops with the same disappointing results. I ended up uninstalling the software and don't even use the webcam now.
Summary: Seemingly nice and compact webcam, however once you connect it to the USB port and see the video output, you will be very disappointed. Horrendous video quality. Splurge on a better model, it's worth it.
Summary: You get what you paid for! I saw all the good reviews and thought that maybe technology went down in price and can offer a good camera for that price.... not such chance. The image is terribly grainy, I can hardly recognize myself on the screen, it's that bad.
Summary: The Logitech software is among the worst I've ever encountered (and I'm an experienced developer/techie who others come to for help). First, rarely do I run into software that won't even install or is this astonishingly frustrating.