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By anonymous on 01/29/2021, 01:34 PM EST
What nonsense. Thank you dealsea. //@anonymous: 2 months later and the add hits top again hmmmmmmmmm //@Anonymous: Infinity and other Site moderators please note this listing is excessively coming up in top listing on your site every day. Not sure if it’s a paid promotion. Please note that it’s hurting your site traffic and turning users to not check frequently. I am an avid user of your site ..thought i should point this out.

By anonymous on 12/22/2020, 11:28 PM EST
2 months later and the add hits top again hmmmmmmmmm //@Anonymous: Infinity and other Site moderators please note this listing is excessively coming up in top listing on your site every day. Not sure if it’s a paid promotion. Please note that it’s hurting your site traffic and turning users to not check frequently. I am an avid user of your site ..thought i should point this out.

By anonymous on 12/12/2020, 01:33 PM EST
This webcam is very popular this year. It's a great product. It's only last for short period time (sometime a few hours) whenever it is available. I finally got one after wait for a few months.

By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 10:39 PM EST
Bought one and keeps having noise during zoom meetings so had to buy another different brand.

By anonymous on 12/04/2020, 11:38 AM EST
It's not quite reposting. It's been really hard to get hold of this item. Dealsea has a few of these that automatically post whenever they come back in stock. Another example is the Nintendo switch. //@anonymous: Reposting this everyday beats me! Is it really a deal?

By anonymous on 10/21/2020, 08:38 PM EDT
Reposting this everyday beats me! Is it really a deal?

By anonymous on 10/04/2020, 01:26 PM EDT
They need money to maintain the website, they also ban certain posts //@anonymous: Infinity and other Site moderators please note this listing is excessively coming up in top listing on your site every day. Not sure if it’s a paid promotion. Please note that it’s hurting your site traffic and turning users to not check frequently. I am an avid user of your site ..thought i should point this out.

By anonymous on 10/04/2020, 09:37 AM EDT
Infinity and other Site moderators please note this listing is excessively coming up in top listing on your site every day. Not sure if it’s a paid promotion. Please note that it’s hurting your site traffic and turning users to not check frequently. I am an avid user of your site ..thought i should point this out.

By anonymous on 10/04/2020, 07:07 AM EDT
Because of the coronavirus hoax all schools are remote and kids need to have video cameras for web-based classes //@anonymous: why is this on the top 3 forever?

By anonymous on 10/04/2020, 02:21 AM EDT
why is this on the top 3 forever?

By anonymous on 09/29/2020, 02:13 PM EDT
....Logitech BRIO is the only camera (from Logitech) that supports Windows Hello feature. //@Anonymous: what is windows hello? //@Anonymous: So, what is the answer to the early question -- does this camera support Windows Hello?

By anonymous on 09/29/2020, 02:12 PM EDT
This camera does NOT support Windows Hello (3D image recognition technology that is needed to unlock your screen just by looking at the camera). //@Anonymous: So, what is the answer to the early question -- does this camera support Windows Hello?

By anonymous on 09/29/2020, 12:52 PM EDT
what is windows hello? //@Anonymous: So, what is the answer to the early question -- does this camera support Windows Hello?

By anonymous on 09/29/2020, 06:02 AM EDT
So, what is the answer to the early question -- does this camera support Windows Hello?

By anonymous on 09/28/2020, 04:20 AM EDT
Logitech got the point. Same strategy as Nintendo.

By anonymous on 09/27/2020, 10:22 PM EDT
amazon has the price always.

By anonymous on 09/23/2020, 10:08 AM EDT
OnlyFans quality webcam for $69. Nice.

By anonymous on 09/22/2020, 09:28 PM EDT
how about Autocad? it is a windows-only application I use everyday //@Anonymous: Are you using Mentor Graphics - Tanner tools or Cadence for VLSI design? Both of them can run on LINUX, but none of my PhD students cannot learn either OS. //@Anonymous: Do we still have Linux fanboy dumb enough to think use of Linux shows their technical superiority? That's extremely sad.
I've gone through decades of tech, I've gone thorough VLSI designs, Assembly, driver designs, and I've even gone through international data center migrations for the other end of the extreme... and I use Windows.
There are objectives for using tools, and spending time and resources to get it working is only a hobby for kids. Vast majority of people prefer the tools that is ready to go. //@Anonymous: Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 09/18/2020, 12:13 PM EDT
We do not like smt made in smw, but we have to use everything from there. Funny, right? //@anonymous: After masks, sanitizer, toilet paper, people stock up this. Don't forget the price change for masks during past several months.

By anonymous on 09/18/2020, 10:57 AM EDT
After masks, sanitizer, toilet paper, people stock up this. Don't forget the price change for masks during past several months.

By Catty on 09/14/2020, 02:08 PM EDT
You need to grab it right away or they'll all be gone in couple minutes. Just got mine last month. //@Anonymous: i never see the price of $69.06

By anonymous on 09/14/2020, 12:02 AM EDT
i never see the price of $69.06

By anonymous on 08/31/2020, 02:00 PM EDT
I don't see the $69.98 price.

By anonymous on 08/26/2020, 10:45 PM EDT
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By anonymous on 08/24/2020, 06:40 PM EDT
Are you using Mentor Graphics - Tanner tools or Cadence for VLSI design? Both of them can run on LINUX, but none of my PhD students cannot learn either OS. //@Anonymous: Do we still have Linux fanboy dumb enough to think use of Linux shows their technical superiority? That's extremely sad.
I've gone through decades of tech, I've gone thorough VLSI designs, Assembly, driver designs, and I've even gone through international data center migrations for the other end of the extreme... and I use Windows.
There are objectives for using tools, and spending time and resources to get it working is only a hobby for kids. Vast majority of people prefer the tools that is ready to go. //@Anonymous: Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/24/2020, 10:11 AM EDT
This is for home use. Do you use webcam in data center? I was asking does this cam can support Windows Hello, then somebody brought up Linux, now brought up data center. what's next? what OS do you use for landing on Mars? Even for data centers, Azure has tons of Windows machine. AWS has tons of non-Linux for load balancing and storage. //@anonymous: come on, what OS do you use for your data center nodes? //@Anonymous: It will take years of experience then they knew enough to stop showing off that they know the term "Linux". Funny most Linux fan boys only enjoy setting up Linux UI and shell, they don't even know what is posix. //@anonymous: Do we still have Linux fanboy dumb enough to think use of Linux shows their technical superiority? That's extremely sad.
I've gone through decades of tech, I've gone thorough VLSI designs, Assembly, driver designs, and I've even gone through international data center migrations for the other end of the extreme... and I use Windows.
There are objectives for using tools, and spending time and resources to get it working is only a hobby for kids. Vast majority of people prefer the tools that is ready to go. //@Anonymous: Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/24/2020, 09:52 AM EDT
come on, what OS do you use for your data center nodes? //@Anonymous: It will take years of experience then they knew enough to stop showing off that they know the term "Linux". Funny most Linux fan boys only enjoy setting up Linux UI and shell, they don't even know what is posix. //@anonymous: Do we still have Linux fanboy dumb enough to think use of Linux shows their technical superiority? That's extremely sad.
I've gone through decades of tech, I've gone thorough VLSI designs, Assembly, driver designs, and I've even gone through international data center migrations for the other end of the extreme... and I use Windows.
There are objectives for using tools, and spending time and resources to get it working is only a hobby for kids. Vast majority of people prefer the tools that is ready to go. //@Anonymous: Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/24/2020, 03:10 AM EDT
When I was young, I just enjoy installing different distributions of Linux. Now I realize how stupid I was then...Time flies...

By anonymous on 08/22/2020, 01:37 PM EDT
It will take years of experience then they knew enough to stop showing off that they know the term "Linux". Funny most Linux fan boys only enjoy setting up Linux UI and shell, they don't even know what is posix. //@anonymous: Do we still have Linux fanboy dumb enough to think use of Linux shows their technical superiority? That's extremely sad.
I've gone through decades of tech, I've gone thorough VLSI designs, Assembly, driver designs, and I've even gone through international data center migrations for the other end of the extreme... and I use Windows.
There are objectives for using tools, and spending time and resources to get it working is only a hobby for kids. Vast majority of people prefer the tools that is ready to go. //@Anonymous: Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/22/2020, 12:20 PM EDT
Do we still have Linux fanboy dumb enough to think use of Linux shows their technical superiority? That's extremely sad.
I've gone through decades of tech, I've gone thorough VLSI designs, Assembly, driver designs, and I've even gone through international data center migrations for the other end of the extreme... and I use Windows.
There are objectives for using tools, and spending time and resources to get it working is only a hobby for kids. Vast majority of people prefer the tools that is ready to go. //@Anonymous: Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/22/2020, 09:48 AM EDT
Linux is free. When I bought a Dell desktop this spring, I asked them to change it to Linux to save me a hundred bucks (on a 300 computer). //@Anonymous: Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/22/2020, 09:04 AM EDT
Windows is good for technically inclined people, too. //@anonymous: It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 08/21/2020, 03:12 PM EDT
Ordered 4. Thanks!

By anonymous on 08/19/2020, 10:19 PM EDT
Got 1 and Thanks!

By anonymous on 08/15/2020, 02:20 PM EDT
got 1000. Thanks

By Catty on 08/06/2020, 02:02 PM EDT
Got 1. Thanks.

By anonymous on 08/03/2020, 02:32 PM EDT
I bought one the last time it was on Dealsea...about a couple of weeks ago. Picture is great on it. Only difference between this and C920 is an optional subscription that I chose not to activate.

By anonymous on 07/13/2020, 09:48 AM EDT
I think c920X has a 3-month XSplit VCam license, that's all //@anonymous: What is difference between C920x and C920? Thanks

By anonymous on 07/13/2020, 09:21 AM EDT
It's a holy war, no right or wrong answer. I prefer Linux (have used it for more than two decades), but I agree that Windows is still good for less technically inclined people. //@Anonymous: I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 07/12/2020, 01:29 PM EDT
I have windows, linux, mac at home. Still choose Windows as my main desktop machine. Never have problem with Windows, much easier than Linux UI. Seen a bunch of beginners show off their Linux and step feet on Windows. Kind of annoying. //@Anonymous: What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 07/12/2020, 01:16 PM EDT
What is difference between C920x and C920? Thanks

By anonymous on 07/12/2020, 09:12 AM EDT
I have the privacy model. Love it. I don't like the fact that you can't cover the lense. That said, the microphone is built into the camera. So you never know if the mic is actually on. I always end up unplugging it when I'm not using it for long periods of time. Great camera though.

By anonymous on 07/12/2020, 09:05 AM EDT
What is Windows Hello? Just use Linux and be happy, friend! //@anonymous: does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 07/11/2020, 10:54 PM EDT
does it support Windows hello?

By anonymous on 07/08/2020, 08:06 PM EDT
Is this wireless?

By anonymous on 07/08/2020, 06:55 PM EDT
Received this today, absolutely love it! It's small, too.

By onceternal on 07/07/2020, 07:57 AM EDT
Why would people say something they don’t really know? C920x is an amazon exclusive model that doesn’t come with a tripod or cover, but has a longer trial of xsplit.

By anonymous on 07/02/2020, 02:42 PM EDT
Old model. The current model is C920s Pro.

By anonymous on 07/01/2020, 08:27 AM EDT
Why are the reviews so old? I don't see a c920x listed on the Logitech website. Should I buy this?

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