Logitech sells many of the best webcams, many of which are variants of the ancient Logitech C920. Today the company revealed a new webcam lineup with a more unique design.
Logitech released the Brio 300 series of webcams today, consisting of the Brio 300 and Brio 305 — they are nearly identical to each other, except the 305 is focused on the business market. The most striking feature on both models is the design, which swaps the usual horizontal bar shape for a cone. The camera, privacy shutter, and microphones are located at the base (which points towards you), with the USB cable coming out of the cone’s point.
The Brio 300 series also makes heavy use of recycled materials, which has the side effect of giving the camera a slight spotted pattern. Logitech said in a blog post, “the plastic parts in both Brio 300 and Brio 305 include certified post-consumer recycled plastic to give a second life to end-of-use plastic from old consumer electronics: 62% for graphite and 48% for off-white and rose.”
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