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Thursday, 22 March 2007 13:08

Asus has 2 Mpix webcam

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CEBIT 2007:
Serious lens inside


Asus had so many cool products that you laterally can just go on their booth at Cebit and report about it for the whole show.


One of the cool ones that many have missed is AF200 web cam with 2 Mega pixel camera. It even supports automatic focus and the software can decide what should camera focus on.


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It supports 80 degrees wide angle lens and the camera is design so you and you friends can be recorded and fit on the widescreen displays.


We don't know the suggested retail price and the availability but it should not be that expensive. It looks really fancy and the optics is impressive.


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