You can store as many actions as you want within the nest folders. Ultra 4K HD resolution: 4 times the resolution of a typical HD webcam; look your best and enjoy professional video experience wherever you are with 5x HD zoom. Even in low-light and backlit situations, the RightLight 3 uses a technology called HDR to show you in the best light. There is noise-canceling technology. You can be heard clearly with dual omni-directional mics. You can choose from 90, 78 or 65 dFOV to include more of your environment or narrow the focus on you. It is possible to create high-quality video recording or streaming in any light condition. Signing into your computer without a password is easy with the Windows Hello integration. Privacy shade is to cover or expose the lens. It works with Windows, Mac, or ChromeOS and popular calling and streaming platforms.
👤I worked for Microsoft for 16 years as a 3D graphics developer, I worked on the Microsoft Kinect, and I worked on the Microsoft Hololens. I feel like a victim of the old "bait and switch" because I'm disappointed in this product. This camera has more sensors than you would think, and this means that it has background removal. Nope. You have to download the software to remove the background on your PC. The software creates a virtual camera, which reads the camera stream, does background removal, and outputs a new camera. Only certain apps appear to be supported, in which they can look for the software version of the camera. It doesn't work with the built-in Camera app for Windows 10. Most people want it to work for Xsplit and OBS. The background removal is a problem. You end up with bald spots on your head because it seems to struggle with hair. I tried a lot of different lighting. It shouldn't matter to the IR depth technology. At times, I looked like an empty shirt because of the missing parts of my skin. It's really bad. The background removal taxes your system. I got this for my son's computer. The camera works better on a high-end PC. The lag is terrible. A deal-breaker. A simple test on my son's computer can be heard on the screen, and then my mouth moves as I say "WOW!". There are no settings in the software to modify the above. There is no sensitivity to the background removal. It's not possible to say that record in 4K so that there's less processing to do and thus reducing lag. The settings of the two companies are dumbed down. Problem 5: You have to pay $30 for the software or get a watermark. This is not the most important thing for me. The camera is only good for 4K quality when not using background removal. I'm guessing most people want this to do background removal so they can use the corner while streaming a game. The 4K is not relevant in that case because your image is only 300x200. The $170+ price is justified by the depth part of the camera. I don't recommend this camera because it is too low quality to be useful. The reviews for the C922x Pro Stream are the same, and the camera is half the price, even if you have a bigger system that can handle the software. Good luck, since it also requires a ChromaCam. A big red flag was that almost all of the content and reviews on this camera are over a year old. It's not the year of the dog. It's early in the year.
👤It's a really good 4K camera and I just bought and installed all the necessary updates. I only wanted the 4K for the 60 frames per second aspect of the camera, and the camera angle, and I won't be using it. Once you fix the settings to how you want them, it's a very beautiful camera to use and record. I have a critique about it. The camera is easy to install and uses a durableusb type C tousb 3.0 cord which gives it the power and transfer speed to make a video at 4k 30 frames per second or better. Since a lot of people don't understand how it works, you must have a 3.0 port on your computer in order to use 4k features. You won't be able to use all of it's power because everything is backwards compatible. I'll add that part in the CONS section because it's easy to use and tinker with settings, but leave that UNCHECKED for full 60 frames because low light compensation lowers your rate. It comes with a cover clip to close the camera if you don't use it. Plug and play is easy to use and has a nice weight to give it a premium feel and look. To modify the camera to your liking, go to their website. There are pros and cons. The arm is not normal. I am sorry but it makes me angry. It's difficult to secure a border-less/edge-less monitor with the arm stand on it, it's super wobbly and it's hard to use on thick laptops or monitors. It will be better for thicker monitors, but I have thin monitors so it is hard to adjust or close the cover clip. If you have a thin and border-less monitor like I do, the arm has a little notch on it. It's not a big deal, but it's definitely noticeable and a little bit annoying. Again, it's not huge or covering a lot, but definitely noticeable and eye catching from time to time. The software is simple and easy to use, but it is cheap and simplistic. It's a tiny square box with a few buttons. I'm not complaining, but it just looks like a program from Windows. Finding and installing a background feature is not worth it. If you have studio 3 point perspective lighting, it will work for you, but at that point you should go with a green screen. You need a lot of distance behind your chair and you can't have stuff behind you; it needs to be a plain wall or long room and your body/clothes needs to be a different color than the background for it to detect you properly. I don't have 3 giant lights to be at my left, right, and behind me to give myself a glowing edge so the camera can actually see me, so it was awful at performance. If you don't know what 3-point perspective lighting is, look it up. That's how movies do their magic trick to make movies look beautiful and clean. The camera comes in a cute little box. They don't tell you how to remove the arm from the camera, but you do not twist it. Don't freak out about it. You will break it if you off it. Pull it straight down. The only things that are garbo about the camera are the software, how difficult it was to find and install the crop out background feature, and if you have thin/border-less/edge-less monitors it can be wobbly. The camera starts to flicker and act crazy after a year. It's dying after a year.
The standard warranty on the Liver Streamer is 3 years. Support a stable connection with a plug and play and a tripod. EarbayBT782 wireless headset is equipped with powerful bluetooth and sound processing chips which are made in latest tech. You can connect the headset with the mic in a few seconds. In open area, the range is up to 130 feet. One charge for 26 hours, thanks to low power consumption bluetooth headset chips. The cell phones headset with soft ear pads and head bends will make you feel better all day. The sound performance is great in movie/music/chatting online with outstanding 40mm drivers with internal chips. Most of the background noises and echo can be eliminated with the headphones. Wide Compatibility On Devices. The headphones are designed to work from home and can be used with any device that has a built-in bluetooth function. Also compatible with mainstream OS and APPs, ideal for online conference, class, and other video calls apps. Easy control and muting. The headphones with microphone can be controlled with few buttons. It is possible that this is not +/-. For volume and music track control, a multi function button, and a button for your phone call microphone mute. The user manual also shows how to get a 24-MONTH warranty.
👤What a surprise! I returned several high end blue tooth headsets I bought in the last few months because they did not match the sound quality I expected, but this time I am amazed. The sound quality at this price was completely unexpected. I checked the calls and they worked. When the red light came up, it was due to the fact that the button was located at the end of the extension. You will be sure that you aren't heard by the other side when you use the headset because it's not obvious in other headsets. If I sound a bit loud, I want to make sure my review is not a paid or promotional one. I will suggest to check it on your own. If you think it's not worth the price, you can always come back. Do not spend a lot of money on high end headsets when you get this.
👤The sound quality is acceptable for my job. The callers stated that they could hear all of the background noise, including my keyboard and cat meowing, so noise canceling appears to be minimal to non-existent. The button did not work with my phone system. The fit was the worst. The headset was too tight on my head and I had to switch to my old headset mid shift. The seller does not accept returns and only offers refunds for broken or malfunctioning headsets. I paid for a headset that I can't use. The seller of the headset offered to exchange it for a new one, but Amazon wouldn't accept a return or refund. Communication was prompt and the service was great.
👤The headset is incompatible with Microsoft Teams. It worked for about an hour this morning, but then it wouldn't work with hardware settings in Windows or in teams.
👤The button doesn't work. I did not want to return it. If the button worked, I would keep it. It doesn't. Total BS! Don't purchase again!
👤I have been using it. I like the sound quality clear and the band volume control is excellent. It sounds like bigger speakers. I would purchase this again because of the price.
👤I can't return them because they weren't used on my computer. The first item I ever bought from Amazon was not able to be returned.
👤They work just like they say, but they are amazing in every way.
👤My husband is a dump truck driver. He said the headset was the best he had ever used.
👤If you intend on wearing these for longer than an hour at a time, I would advise against them. The positioning on your ears is not comfortable and you have to wear it on your face.
👤It was much better than I expected.
👤The mute button only works when the call goes through your mobile phone, not a laptop.
👤It was great for work and easy to use.
Easy control and dual cannabinoid connection. The intuitive controls on the trucker headset allow you to answer/end calls, adjust the volume, and more. You can connect the headphones to two phones at the same time to increase availability for calls. The best headset to use at home. The answer calls by earphone are only compatible with cell phones. Please contact their support if you have a question. Thanks. The streaming camera has built-in cameras that provide 4k Ultra HD video at 30 frames per second. It also has superior video clarity and smoothness. The 94 field of view on the 4K webcam gives a better view of gaming, live streaming and vlogging. Features such as auto framing, ePTZ, and dynamic tracks of speakers' movements are included in the software. The built-in omnidirectional stereo microphones deliver superior sound quality and reduce ambient noise. This video conference camera is compatible with many video collaboration platforms and mainstream streaming apps. The standard warranty on the Liver Streamer is 3 years. Support a stable connection with a plug and play and a tripod.
👤Quick update so I don't tell the truth. "Grainy" is accurate according to another reviewer. I also followed the recommended edits on YouTube and have extensive grain in low light. The camera is good in full daylight or professional lighting, but not for your average lighting setup. The small lens of my Brio blows it away in low light. I will get pics for comparison once I clean my area. If not for the $250 price point, it would be 2 or 3 stars. The brio has a 4k webcam. If you use OBS, the Logitech Steam cam is pretty good for 30 frames per second, but 60 frames per second is weird. That cam requires software to look good. Don't use this AVerMedia camera for now. Maybe a software fix is in the future. Forget about the rave review you've seen on the internet. Disregard the below was my initial review. The improvements are very noticeable, but perhaps not significant for your needs. This is a lot more than one should spend on a real camera, and it's a lot more than one should spend on a webcam. If you want to have the best equipment and are satisfied with your setup, you should save for a real camera. If you want simplicity, the best that the world has to offer, and don't mind the $250 price, this is the one to get. Good build quality, good software, good lens, true 4k at 30 frames per second. It is very bright out of the box, according to some online reviews. You will need to add a color correction filter to something such as OBS to get the image you want. The warranty on this product is 1 year, whereas my Logitech Brio has a three year warranty. Time will tell if this product holds up. It shouldn't be an issue based on their previous reviews. It's a tip. Try using their software to import the image into your program. CamEngine has some pretty cool features. If you put the skin tone to zero and the smoothing to 10 on, it will give you a clearer picture than if you don't. The review is a draft.
👤I bought this camera after seeing a lot of positive reviews. The image quality of the camera I received was worse than I've seen from other $20 webcams. I tried every trick in the book to get an acceptable image from this camera, but it is impossible. They've blown me off multiple times, even though I had to resume using my Logitech c920 while waiting for AVerMedia customer support to reply to my inquiries. Terrible camera, terrible support, and definitely not buying anything from AVerMedia again.
👤It was so sad to wait for this webcam. I realized how important it is to have different functions from cameras even after I changed things. My fault was trusting the Main guys.
👤I know the potential of this product and the cost behind it, so I'm considering returning it. This is a very strange product to begin with, because it differs from normal webcams. This camera's sensor is larger than a normal camera's, but smaller than a normal camera's. This isn't an issue because your phone and most laptops are much larger than this one, and plenty of them do fine. This is the only problem with the camera. If you'd been able to see the raw image before you took it, your phone's front facing camera would work better. This processing includes color correction, noise removal, and complete pixel synthesis to create the images we see today. This is not to say that the sensors are bad, but that they are all software. Webcam's feed on the same design uses a lot of software to make sure that the photo that comes out looks blurry, out of focus, or like all the detail in the worst cases. Big Camera's, DSLR sensors are of such a larger scale that they are consuming so much more light and have better understanding of the raw input due to this amount of light, that they can see much closer to how the human eye does. Pulling color and dynamic range out of places is hard to do in dark scenarios. A DSLR may initially appear to produce a better image in low light scenarios, but this is because of the lower processing. Good news with a camera. You can take the raw output from the sensor and apply it to a video or photo editing program and make a great image. It's range is so high that it's worth the trade off. This camera... Because of it, you have to do something crazy to make it work, so crazy that I am considering returning it. The sensor and range of this webcam might be better than most webcams, but it's not high enough to make up for the camera's lack of post processing. POST can make this camera look like a normal webcam without the extreme amount of light. I am not talking DSLR amounts of light, but it is higher than that. This camera has very little from the start, and unlike a DSLR, its sensor cannot compensate for gain, as it has very little light at the start. The noise and colors will start to bleach out when the sensor is added. I have a 1100 bulb on my left, a 1600 bulb on my right, a 1600 bulb on my desklight, a 1600 bulb on my bedlight, and a 1050 bulb behind me. The image is not usable for recording. In a small room, there is no way to fix the noise. I can drop exposure to -4 maximum with high gain through my testing. The fastest setting for the camera is 13. The best I could do was drop exposure one more notch, or remove the gain setting, even with a focused bulb. Dropping one notch doesn't do anything unless the software is lying to you, and noise and the "Gain" setting are not completely related. If the sensor is noisy by default, the software may not be doing what it's supposed to be doing. The best way to remove noise from the base image is to lower exposure to a -5/-6 with 0 gain for the sensor, and then post process the image, which is the least amount of work needed. To double the amount of light emitted by both of these bulbs combined, I need to design a lighting solution, or go with the D50 or Elgato Keylight. I'm not sure if a single one of these will do the job, even with the lights I have now. I need to follow that image with a light bit of post processing to make sure the image is not too sharp, as that is another mistake this camera has, and there is some post sharpening enabled that no setting in the app will remove. Normally, a camera like this wouldn't be the size that it is, as it appears to be doing nothing itself, and this would be a raw sensor, since the app tells you that noise removal will increase your computer's cpu load. For all of that. I bought this camera for video calls as a comparable option to the Brio, but I am not impressed as this "web cam" appears to be failing even in well lit environments for a "web cam" and a "DSLR", and the amount. If you want to get a cheap DSLR, you can get one with a lamp and a keylight for around 500 dollars. My c920 produced a better, more noiseless image, with half the light I am already giving, and as a reminder to all of you, that was 8 years ago when windows 8 was being thought up. If you fit the following qualifications, you should buy this webcam. 1. This is not a bulb, a bulb is not good enough, this is a directed softbox with bulbs totaling 8000 lumens, or a directed Led Keylight totaling 4,000 lumens. 2. You must have at least 2000 lumens worth of bulbs dedicated to side lighting from a lamp to get a professional image. There is a strange skintone coloring on the Brio that will not be present on the other two. A DSLR for a tiny stream image is not worth it if you regularly are not that bubble in the top left of the screen and are making normal videos.
We use eye and head tracking technology to make PC games feel more personal. The only PC gaming device that can track both head and eye movements is the Tobii Eye Tracker 5. It is celebrated by players for bringing game changing features to over 160 titles. Game changing features are celebrated by players for bringing game changing features to other titles. Use Tobii Ghost to show where you're looking, and give insight for your viewers into your decision-making. Their new flex mount is designed to fit all flat and curved screens and can be mounted underneath the monitor with additional flat mounts.
👤This product is looking for a solution. Most of the hype! What is already available in games or windows 10 using standard mouse keyboard input is the same. The screen is dim. Yes. If your screen supports it. When I am away from the keyboard, windows can power down my monitors and wake them up when I touch the mouse or keyboard. If you are using more than one monitor, you should not use Windows eye control. There is a If you use 3 monitors, the Tobii Eye Tracker offers little to no benefit. When Tobii 5 is enabled for most of the games I use that support it, games are harder to play. The frame rates are reduced because of the jerky nature of Tobii 5. If you are using a multiple monitor setup, there is no reason to use this technology. This product is mostly hype, so I'm sending it back for a refund.
👤The first doubt I had about this tracker is that it doesn't work correctly with an ultra width monitor. The tracker requires the user to be very close to monitor what is uncomfortable for regular work or gaming. The worst thing about this product is its holder. The tracker is held with double-sided tape that will peel off over time. It is sad to see a tracker fall on the table. The tracker causes more problems than it benefits. I like these technologies and hope they fix all the weaknesses in the next version.
👤I wanted head tracking on par with Track IR 5 without having to wear headgear. Tobii delivered that and more. I have a window next to my PC setup that can cause issues with tracking when it's sunny. I haven't seen any problems with sunlight, bright lights, or even complete darkness with Tobii 5. As far as head tracking goes, it seems to be just as responsive. I haven't had any complaints so far. I use 3rd party software for games that don't offer integrated Tobii support, but I haven't used it with standard games yet. It allows you to use Tobii 5 with programs that support Track IR. It works great for me in those situations. I have noticed that it doesn't go out of whack. I can get up, go make a sandwich, and come back, as soon as it locks on to my head and eyes. I was expecting to have to reset the view a lot, but it hasn't been the case so far. I play a sim that has integrated eye tracking. I think it will get better over time. It is great so far. Head tracking is perfect. I'm very pleased with how eye tracking works, and it's my first use. Leaving the default setting for head to eye tracking ratio, I can move my head around the cockpit and see more in my head directions. I was not sure what to expect, but it's pretty cool. The only downside is that the view can get out of whack, but it's easy to fix with a button. It's not sure if this has to do with it being added to the sim, or the combo of head and eye tracking, but it's a small thing that I had to do more often with Tir5. I was worried about monitor size support. The monitor size limits were focused on eye tracking. The monitors seem to handle head tracking well. You can still use eye tracking on larger monitors, but eye tracking on the edges of the screen will suffer. I use a 32 inch monitor and both head tracking and eye tracking have worked well for me so far.
The battery life on the PC can be up to 24 hours at extremely low latency. The TECKNET wireless headset can block 99.8% of background noise, so you can hear clearly wherever you are. The people you are talking to can't hear background noise, and the sound quality on both sides is excellent. The noise canceling headphones with microphone are suitable for offices, homes, remote work, call centers, and other places where noise is a problem. The multi-base can be used to charge the trucker headset, as well as a wireless headphones stand. It's more stable to connect the computer via multi-base. You need to answer the call on the connected computer, not on the headphones, when using third-party applications such as Skype, zoom, Teams, and so on. The plug-and-play charging base provides convenient charging and storage solutions. Up to 2 days of talk time can be provided by charging for 2 hours. The fast charging base can charge a wireless pc headset by 30% in 30 minutes, and 100% in 120 minutes. Ultra-light, wireless headphones with microphone and headband that fit any head shape and won't slip off your head are available for left or right ear. The microphone can be used on either side. The single ear headset is ideal for truck drivers, call center agents, construction sites, or wherever life needs to be. Easy control and dual cannabinoid connection. The intuitive controls on the trucker headset allow you to answer/end calls, adjust the volume, and more. You can connect the headphones to two phones at the same time to increase availability for calls. The best headset to use at home. The answer calls by earphone are only compatible with cell phones. Please contact their support if you have a question. Thanks.
👤TECKNET reached out and acknowledged that the headset does seem to have issues with VPNs and were looking into engineering a headset that would work better over the internet. Excellent customer service from that person. Reviews are supposed to inspire because a company acknowledges a problem and works to improve their product. I increased my rating to 4-stars because of the TECKNET being a responsible company. The headset is not good for VPNs. I bought this for my home use. After you remove the headset from the charging stand, the VPN won't recognize it. Each time you have to get back to the base. I returned it. I gave the headset a 3-star rating because it is great if there is no PureVPN in the middle.
👤The noise cancellation doesn't interfere with talking, and this is a great headset. I had tried other brands that had wireless headsets, but their noise cancellation made it hard for me to hear them, and others could not hear me as well. There is no challenge on this device. I like the option of a charging base. It's great for my situation, because when it's charging, I can go back to using my normal speaker and microphone. I really like that feature. The room I work in has some echo and that's the reason I got this headset. If I talk a lot, I use this headset to sound great, and if I am mostly listening, I put the headset on the charge and use my normal multimedia. I use the base for my work computer because it doesn't have a built-in wireless device. I was concerned that using my work laptop might be an issue because I don't have administrator privilege, but it wasn't. No special drivers were required and Windows recognized it. Couldn't be any harder. The buttons work well and the headset is comfortable. I am sure I will find the MFB quickly and easily.
👤If you try to use multiple headsets in an office environment, they will cross- connect with the other computers. Your headset will randomly pair with another base because the charging base acts as a wi-fi copnnection. Since all of the headsets have the same name, the same issue occurs. The device in the control panel has been renamed, however, there are still issues with the ear phone and microphone. The noise cancelling works well for ambient noise, but it won't filter out voices. The person on the line couldn't hear it when the employee played music on his phone, but when he tried it with a podcasts, it came in clearly.
👤It's more than just that it's a good headset for the money. I was never happy with the cost of the Blue Parrot that I was using. The range was not good. This headset allows me to leave my phone in my 2300 sq ft house and be connected anywhere inside and outside. It only has trouble penetrating through two cinderblock walls at once if I am 30 feet away. Good quality sound, but not as good as the Apple Pod, but better than the Blue Parrot. It absolutely kills the sound that comes from my end. I was standing next to my air compressor and it was loud, and the person on the other end heard no sound at all. That's impressive. I haven't run the battery down in a while.
Arctis 7+ (2021) is an upgrade of the 7 with all the new features, but with the same awesome audio. The #1 best-selling gaming peripheral brand is Source. It is possible to provide accurate spatial audio information beyond standard 7.1 surround sound in games. There are two modes of connection, one for low-latency wireless gaming with the HyperSpeed Wireless and the other for wired gaming with the 3.5mm jack. All-Day Comfort is a soft foam ear cushion that prevents overheating and pressure build-up. The Triforce Titanium 50mm High-End Sound Drivers have cutting-edge 50mm drivers that are divided into 3 parts for individual tuning of highs, mids, and lows. The Hyperclear Supercardioid mic has a 9.9mm mic which has better voice isolation and can be further adjusted via the Synaps. The battery life on the PC can be up to 24 hours at extremely low latency.
👤I had low expectations of this headset. I had a great headset from Corsair that had a great mic and sound, but the connection with my PS4 wasn't very strong and I would notice a lot of dropouts in audio. I decided to use the 3.5mm jack on the controller to see if friends with PS4s swore by using it. The first thing you notice is how light the headset is. It's clear that this isn't a headset that prioritized premium materials. It's light and comfortable. Light materials should be great for long term sessions if you consider the issues with heavier headsets and neck pain. The pads are made of faux leather. The part that rests against your head is a little more absorbent. I don't think I'll have any issues with these. I don't feel like I'm in a death grip because the force is moderate and they won't fall off accidentally. I think the quality of the mic is a great compliment to the quality of the headset, no one thought I was on a headset. It's like you were actually talking on the phone. I could see using these on conference calls if the video was off. The mic is good. I was expecting things to fall apart, but they did not. I decided to make a comparison between these and my pair of HD600s that I own. There was no contest between the two headphones in terms of vocals or detail retrieval, but the Razer wasn't a bad headphone by any means. It was clear and present, without being muddy. The spotty connection ruined the sound of the Corsair Virtuoso. I think that gaming is more forgiving than listening to music. I ran through a few games to see if I could do it. I tried a game that focused on background music and it sounded great. I tried a headset with more explosions and it felt good. The volume knob is different from the other knobs in my life. The sound is turned down by clockwise. Why? I would like to know that I'm quiet. The first attempt at a call failed because the person was engaged. The Blackshark V2 X is an amazing product at the price point, even though it has a terrible name. I don't play as many games online as I used to and I listen to more music. It makes sense to have a cheap headset for online play with friends and conference calls, as well as a great pair of headphones for music and solo play. This works for me.
👤I used to play in the semi-pro section of the game, and these headphones are better than the studio-grade ones we used. The ANC isn't as good, but it still allows me to focus on the game and tune out everything else. The sound of the surround allows for distinct and accurate noises in a chaotic battlefield. The cable is perfect for everything from movies to games, and it is crisp and clear. It's lightweight and snug on my head, and doesn't put pressure on my glasses. I would pay a lot more for good headphones.
Their highest-resolution display and blazing-fast processor make every move count. You can explore new and old favorites in the expansive content library with backward compatibility. Live concerts, films, exclusive events and more are available in Immersive Entertainment. Just open the box, set up with the app, and you're good to go. There is no need for a PC or console. The device needs wireless internet access and a free app to be set up. Premium display features 50% more pixels than the original one, so you can see every detail. Redesigned Oculus Touch controllers allow you to move into virtual reality with intuitive controls. You can connect an Oculus Link cable to a compatible gaming PC to experience PC virtual reality. The Link Cable was sold separately. Built-in speakers deliver cinematic 3D audio.
👤I ordered my first virtual reality glasses because of the positive reviews on the internet. The operation is very good, especially Air Link via WLAN. The IPD is the big problem. Why do I see everything blurry? The maximum IPD is 68mm. There is a I measured my IPD and it is almost 74mm. I didn't know that you have to pay attention to this, you assume that the developers have thought about it and calculated everything. Only 6-7 milimeters more! Why do you do that? I found many users who had the same problem on forums. What were the developers thinking? There is a If you have a greater than 68mm interpupillary distance, you will not be able to use the virtual reality. The problem will be fixed with the Quest 3. I have to send the expensive virtual reality back to Germany. Thanks for nothing. Thank you best of luck.
👤I think Facebook did a great job with the new release of the quest 2. The headset is nice, but the strap is too heavy, and it feels like something to work on. It's very uncomfortable using glasses. The only reason I bought this headset was because of the link feature, and it's everything I could have asked for. My internet isn't very good, but I needed my laptop to be connected to the internet by ethernet for a smooth, high quality PCVR experience that I could take anywhere in the house. I only had slight lags and stutters, but that's probably just my mediocre hardware. I'm a little disappointed by the smaller control scheme compared to the vive. If you really want to have the best experience with this headset, then you should keep your wallet. I would stay away from the first party elite strap if a new strap was optimal. The default foam cover isn't the best for everyone, so a new face cover might be good for you. The headset is a step in the right direction. It should be subject to some modifications, which could be called a feature. Don't worry about the whole Facebook account thing. This shouldn't be a problem if you're fine with using both. It's not a new thing, as Facebook has owned Oculus for 7 years. After about a month of use, this headset has become the most annoying piece of tech I own. I bought this for Airlink because it is the only feature that is straight garbage over half the time. The connection is unstable over the internet. I paid 300 dollars for an experience that was unstable and sometimes unplayable.
👤You have to use your real name and photos on Facebook in order to use a video game system. This is ridiculous. I don't want to use Facebook. I tried to create a fake account but it suspended my account so I uploaded pictures of my face. What the hell! I want to play games. Shame on Facebook. Shame on the company. Shame on the employees. Shame. I will return this. Facebook is a garbage company because of this.
TheNexiGo N950P is compatible with many operating systems. It's perfect for any popular video calling software. PC headphones with plush, padded headband and earcups. The system requirements for Enhanced Audio are Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later. The qualities of noise cancellation. A microphone that rotates to make clear calls. Digital connections are compatible with the new 2.0 and 1.1 standards. In-line controls: adjust the volume and mic. Plug-and-play when you are ready with a simple connection. The H540 headset has high-definition sound and on- ear controls.
👤I bought two sets of headphones and would like to share my experience with prospective buyers. I was very happy when I got my first unit. Headphone cushions are great and speakers are nice. It's lightweight, so you can wear it for a long time. I noticed my headband was loose a few days ago. I found a crack in the plastic. There is another problem of cable that tangles. I thought it might be my fault. I ordered the second one. I don't play a game. I use it with more care. The second one had the same problem. I'm disappointed. Why does the tech use plastic that isn't better? The headband is made of plastic or thin. I still use the headphones. I am not a happy customer. It broke completely. I tried to reach them. They didn't respond well. It stopped working. The customer support team does not exist. I'm not going to buy any headphones from Logitech.
👤Half of my life is spent in distance meetings. I've tried Bose headsets, speaker phones, and in- ear headsets. Most of these have been trashed and stored in a box in the closet. This is the only headset that I would purchase again. The sound quality is very good, the over ear design is comfortable and blocks a lot of side noise, the microphone can be raised when you're on mute, or brought down directly in front of your mouth to speak. They are connected to your laptop's port of use. These are inexpensive and worth a lot. After 2 years of daily use and travel with the cord tightly wrapped, my first set started losing connection and I couldn't hear my voice. I bought a headset that was exactly like the one I tossed. This model has the best listening and voice quality of the 27 I've tried and is cheap. It takes a lot of abuse in my bag. Highly recommended.
👤The headset has been suggested to me by other teachers who are also using it. This doesn't look fancy. When you wear it, it is nothing spectacular. A black one! I like that it doesn't hurt my head or ears. It can be adjusted to the size of your head on both sides. Sound is clear. This has a good quality material. The only downside is if you use a Macbook pro with ausb-c plug, you need a dongle since it is ausb and not ausb-c. I will be sticking with it since it is worth the money. It is reliable and not expensive.
👤For the first couple months, this headset is pretty good. It's lightweight, has decent sound, and decent audio, but after a while, it starts to fall apart. The first time I bought this, I loved it, but after 6 months, the wires near the volume button began to screw up, so the audio could only be heard in one ear. I bought another one because I thought the first one was a mistake, and the wires began to mess up again, this time near the base of ear, where the wire connects to it, leading to the exact same problem. I bought another one despite not learning my lesson. Same thing happened. This is a decent headset, but it's just not good enough. The headset is cheap and decent for a few months, but audio gets messed up because of bad wiring.
Did not have a camera. What is included? Extra mounts are included for your eye tracker. It is made for different shapes. The Flex Mount is underneath your screen. Your preference matters. The Metal Plate Mount can be used to place your tracker on the front of your screen. You should catch your right angle. They all have different heights and postures. Their position in front of the screen will vary. The tracker can be put at the right angle with the Flex Mount.
👤I got this in case the other didn't stick. It fell off my monitor every now and then, but only for a week.
👤The Eye Tracker will not be acknowledged by windows if drivers are installed and no conflicting drivers are present. This could be a flaw on Microsoft's part, but still the product serves so purpose other than a fancy lightshow through my phone and seeing where I'm looking on my screen with the tobii hub.
👤I have a desk with a projector and a Tobii 5 mounted on it. A person is trying to hack a holder. I used the metal mounts that came with the Tobii. If I want, I can try new solutions in the future. Stick to anything, work great.
👤This is a new one. The Eye Tracker was moved when I upgraded the monitor. I have occasionally spoken to Tobii about the problem of the tabs sticking to the underside of the monitor. When I told them that I didn't need another mounting, they said they might use it as a suggestion. The othermounting is a spare. The mounting can be used for both straight and curved monitors. A good buy.
👤The metal design of the mounting rack supports the tracker through a plastic base and through a second gummed base through lightly gummed sticky pads. The gum attaching the rack to the monitor fails against a smooth plastic surface after just 2 minutes, with the gum peeling away. I encourage you to look for other ways to affix your eye tracker.
👤Ihren Halterung bentigt. Ich ist die Monitor, die Halterung, die Pads, die Kleber und die kleber unbrauchbar. Leider gelang, den Kleber vernnftig. 3M Klebepads dran und... The Kleber Fden was zog. Also originale. I have a Monitor. Irgendwie, ja. Allerdings ist die Kleber gut, somit fllt die Halterung. Trotz Reinigung und Originalklebepads.
👤Inspensabile, per monitor, in verticale.
VIVE Pro 2 Headset or VIVE Pro 2 is available through March 31, 2022, only through Viveport. The fine details are brought out in 5K clarity. 5K resolution is subject to processing compatibility. A wide 120 Degree field of view expands the virtual reality viewing experience. The increased angle will let you see more clearly. With a 120Hz refresh rate, you can experience seamless visuals in games and apps. The Fit for Virtual Reality sessions of any length and purpose are provided by industry-defined balanced construction and adjustability. The headset can fit a wide range of head sizes and vision types. The IPD adjustment dial can be used to find your sweet spot. Interpupillary distance is the distance between the centers of eye pupils.
👤Was hoping the reviews were exaggerated. They're on point. At a time when my cable has gone bad, I wanted to try this out. I ordered a backup headset because I was waiting for a replacement, but I wanted to try it out instead of getting a second index. Wow. It's less heavy than the index and can't really notice a screen door effect, but it's hard to get everything in good focus. It's hard to enjoy the sharper resolution. The display is too dim and can't be brighter. The 80 hz mode of the index is useful for certain games. The audio is terrible, and the experience is sub par, but it's more expensive than the index headset, so I'm not sure what you're paying for. Stick with the index.
👤I believe the Vive Pro 2 is the best consumer headset for virtual reality gaming. I upgraded to it from the Valve index, but there are many things wrong with the Vive Pro 2 as well. It's a SteamVR headset with outside-in tracking and Valve Index controller compatibility, and it's a 4896 x 2448 combined resolution which makes it easier to play games. I upgraded to the Vive Pro 2 because of this. I need new pads and cushions for the Vive Tracker 3.0, as well as the Vive Wireless Adapter, Vive Facial Tracker, and hopefully the Droolon F2 soon. I purchased this because of the other main reason. The new model has a slightly improved FOV compared to the outgoing model and is easily available replacement parts from authorized dealers. The improvement over the index here is huge. Poorly adjusted with too much brightness and little correction. I'm stuck with it because most of the games don't have adjustments for this. The valve index appears to be in tune with the 2.2 gamma. It's very expensive, and it doesn't come with eye tracking despite the fact that the Vive Pro Eye does, and it doesn't come with a wireless accessory to support a larger resolution. Quality sleeving is for $799. Headset cable is prone to being accidentally disconnected from the Link Box very easily, and it creates relatively small concentrated pressure points on your head that build discomfort over time. I can't get an ideal fit, which causes the headset to be prone to moving around in games such as Blade and Sorcery, which leads to the focal sweet spot being lost. Despite all the flaws, this is still my most recommended headset for the clarity, and because I only recommend SteamVR headsets due to Valve. Despite all the flaws, I still think that virtual reality is a must-have, and it is the way I would want to play most of my favorite games. A 4 star rating could have been achieved by a lower price.
👤It ran into so many problems that it is still not working on many games. It is only sold when you need the whole set. I bought the 3080ti hoping it would fix the problem with the virtual reality I've been using. The frame rate went up as expected despite the glitching out. For the world of DCS, the game's speed is below 30. All I was trying to do was play a game in virtual reality on my VIVE Pro 2. I spent a lot of time trying to fix the display. I think it's the game engine or steamVR that's malfunctioning. It looks like a video that has been corrupted. Sometimes it is worse than the other. It seems worse at loading screens when it is acting this way. I was completely disappointed when I put the headset on. This thing was expensive and didn't have the quality I was expecting. The build quality is average and the display is not as clear as I expected. I am not sure if it is 5k resolution. It was like pressing 50 pounds of force into your face when I felt a lot of the resolution was lost around the edges. It is similar to the lens crops the 5k display so you only see the middle area while a lot of the edge is lost. If you gave someone a test between the two, the oculus would probably look better. The lens on the pro is shaped in a weird way that makes it look like a halo. It can ruin your experience if you focus too much. It is relaxing and enjoying the entire virtual reality experience, but it would be better if it cost less. It is manageable for me. I can see it being a problem for many. Make sure you have your base stations. This is stupid because this headset is still sold at the time of writing. You will only see a white screen. After installing a base station, I was able to learn the hard way. You should use 2 for better tracking. I am limited to a few games because I haven't received my controllers yet. I feel like technology is getting worse. This should be sold in a set. After all the problems I faced, it was found that this headset wasn't ready to be released yet. They would let the people who are testing it have this. I have seen the error message pop up many times, saying my headset couldn't be detected. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. I have been so frustrated with the way this thing works. I have not been able to get this headset to work perfectly without bugs. I want them to use their sales to improve their products and the future of virtual reality. They should make a lot of money from this because it feels like I'm receiving trash relative to how much I paid. If they release another headset with all these bugs that make it impossible to use virtual reality, then it's game over for them. All of these problems are expected since it is new to the gaming industry. Most of the time it is completely unplayable. If you buy a headset for $800, then you have to pay $400 for the base stations, and then another $400 for the controllers, then you find out it's full of bugs and not good for the most part. I believe that virtual reality is the future. At this point in time, there will be a lot of frustration trying to get things working. There will be a lot of money spent. All PC's are different and most of this is comparability issues. I recommend the all in one virtual reality for those new to it. If you want to upgrade to PC virtual reality, you should wait unless you want to spend a lot of money on a headset that is not going to work.
Built-in speakers deliver cinematic 3D audio. TheNexiGo N60 Webcam is powered by a two-MP CMOS and can produce clear and sharp videos up to 1920 x1080. The 3.6mm glass lens is ideal for almost any indoor use and has a resolution between 18.6 inches and 13 feet. The privacy cover blocks the lens when theWebcam is not in use. It's perfect to provide security and peace of mind to anyone. It's important to protect the lens from dirt and debris to make sure your video stays clear. The built-in noise-canceling microphone reduces ambient noise to enhance the sound quality of your video. It's great for Facetime, Video calling, OBS, Facebook, and YouTube. Online school. The fixed focal length lens is ideal for presentations because it captures high-definition video at a wide-angle. Plug theusb into your computer and you are good to go. The mounting clip allows the webcam to be placed on a tripod. No additional drivers are required. It is ready to use on any compatible device. It's compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 and higher, Windows 7, 8, 10 and 11 and Linux 2.6.24 or higher. You can use the Chrome OS or the Ubuntu version.
👤I decided to make two videos that I cut together. You can see the picture quality of theNexigo webcam after 1 minute of the video. The cam is very clear. Plugging in the NexigoWebcam works and is nice. You can easily shut and open the privacy cover. It is easy to set it up for your height. I have been using it for about 10 days now and have not had a problem. I would have bought it sooner.
👤The web cam is pretty decent. It's easy to set it up. I thought it would be a little better, but you get what you pay for. I don't know what I was expecting. It is a little bit of a fish eye look, but it is nice. It is perfect if you need it for teams or school.
👤I just updated this review, I received a call fromNexigo about my recent 1 star review. I received an updated one that seems to correct all of the issues. The company taking care of their product, as well as their customer and reputation is of paramount importance to me. There is a focus issue that has been resolved and the photo is labeled new and improved. I would recommend this if you need it. Original. The auto focus can't focus on your face. It was often focused on items in the background. I can't find any settings because it's plug and play. When I plugged it in, it worked. I bought this because I wanted to be able to place the camera at the two I use the most, rather than the one on my surface. It appears that I am not paying attention. If this thing was close to any sort of quality, then fix it. It was returned the same day it arrived.
👤I took it to work for meetings after I bought it for home. I'm going to buy another one.
👤I bought a camera for distance learning. It works well. You have to adjust the settings in your meeting and the picture is nice. The cover for the camera works well, but I wish it stayed attached to the camera and flipped up and down. It is a separate piece that detaches completely, but it looks like that in the picture. It is very easy to use. This is a great deal.
👤Plug it in and start using it.
👤The product arrived the next day. The camera was ordered less than 24 hours ago. I plugged the camera in to my laptop and Windows 10 installed the drivers. A high quality picture was taken and worked on a call. It's perfect for what I need. My wife will use it to teach classes.
👤Don't believe the positive reviews. I bought this to turn my 65" 4K TV into a DUO video. The setup was easy, plug and play, but that is where the negative ends are. The picture quality is very good, maybe manual focus would be better than auto focus. The pick up of the conversation is worse than the video, I was yelling to get the other party on the video call to hear me, and the picture was so bad on their end, it was not worth it. It goes back tomorrow. I have a Nest Hub Max and it is wonderful, great picture and sound, and it is 20th century.
Eye tracker headset products from Logitech. In this article about eye tracker headset you can see why people choose the product. Earbay and Avermedia are also good brands to look for when you are finding eye tracker headset.
Logitech, Earbay and Avermedia are some of the best brands that chosen by people for eye tracker headset. Find the detail in this article. Tobii, Tecknet and Razer are also brands that their products are worth to check.