Reviews and Problems with Trust HiRes Webcam WB-3400T
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Value for money 10
Picture quality 6
Video quality 6
Ease of setup 10
Color and saturation 6
Trust Trust with video chat
9 February 2013
Excerpt: "Back in the days before built-in webcams in laptops were mainstream, I still had a use for standalone webcams. This was quite a while ago now and today I have no use for this webcam whatsoever, however it is nice to have around just in case considering it has been very reliable. I have owned this webcam for about 5 years now and it has never let me down. From the moment I bought it, setup was as simple as inserting the included CD to install the ...
Trust Webcam WB-3400T: Trust Trust with video chat
14 January 2013
Summary: Back in the days before built-in webcams in laptops were mainstream, I still had a use for standalone webcams. This was quite a while ago now and today I have no use for this webcam whatsoever, however it is nice to have around just in case considering it has been very reliable. I have owned this webcam for about 5 years now and it has never let me down.
Summary: **Introduction** I got this camera about a year and a half ago, because I didn't have one yet and we got a little girl and my parents in law live in another country and of course liked to see some live footage of their only grandchild! Enjoy reading! **Information about the camera** The camera is sold for about 19 Pounds on Amazon.co.uk. I paid a bit less as I got a discount of about 10 percent.
Summary: Me and every one from my family members bought this camera an year ago. At first, we did not know what to buy, but after all, the price of this camera is not so high, and we decided to go with it. The camera itself is ideal for both flat and non-flat displays and can even be attached to notebook displays. It has a "quick shot" button, that will take a picture of you and save it within a snap.
Pros: Its cheap, easy to install and use. What more do you need ?
Excerpt: "So after weeks of my flat mate whinging for a webcam I eventually folded on Saturday afternoon, and walked the 2 or so miles to Asda (my god I hate my flat mate as my legs are still stiff), and this was the only one available. The little sticker next to it had £19.95 written on (which was quite alright, I'd just taken £20 out). Got to the til and bing, "£9.95 please sir", the only time in a shop have I ever said "Are you sure?" and she said yes, definately. So ...
Pros: Cheap, Decent quality, Nice stand thingy, easy to use and install
Cons: Not great quality, no auto track, not advanced, no manual (to the best of my memory)
Cons: Hij pakt hem niet op vista 64x ik heb me zelf al dood gezocht na de drivers terwijl ik hem voor de windows reset wel op vista 64x aan ut praat had en nu niet meer vind wel jammer toen 15 euro voor betaald nja compitable op vista duzzz niet he