Logitech ‘Reach’ Is A Camera That Can, Well, Reach All Kinds Of Angles
By Nicole Rodrigues, 12 Sep 2023
Logitech, a prominent technology peripherals company, has unveiled its latest product, the Logitech Reach, a versatile camera designed to cater to the needs of educators, content creators, and remote professionals looking to enhance their virtual communication experience.
This new device combines an articulating arm with an integrated webcam, providing users with the flexibility of independent vertical movement and an impressive 4.3x lossless zoom capability.
Within the Logitech Reach, you’ll find three key elements: dynamic vertical and horizontal bars complemented by a camera boasting the ability to traverse a full 360-degree spectrum. Streamlined controls, in the form of intuitive buttons and dials, facilitate vertical and horizontal maneuvers and grant the camera absolute freedom in its rotation.
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This adaptability empowers it to effortlessly pivot directly downward or descend at an angle, affording viewers a unique vantage point, whether you’re trying to teach a class or recording something for YouTube.
The Logitech Reach offers not only functionality but also a space-saving feature. When not in active use, it can be compactly stowed away, freeing up valuable desk space.
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Moreover, the Logitech Reach features the Logitech Streamcam, which is capable of delivering high-quality 1080p video at a smooth 60 frames per second. The camera can also link up to most computers as well as conferencing and streaming platforms.
Regarding availability and pricing, the company has refrained from disclosing a release date or specific pricing details for the Reach camera. Instead, it intends to introduce it through a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo Enterprise.
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