【1080P FHD Image Quality】 Coming with a 1080P FHD image sensor, this webcam for PC presents clear images of 2-megapixel details. It records all your face through the 110° wide-angle lens and transfers the videos at 30fps in real-time, providing a sharp and smooth videoing experience. The high dynamic range also ensures a clear face even in low light or backlit conditions.
【Noise Reduction Microphone】 This 1080P webcam is built-in with a dual-track microphone that can pick up your voice up to 8m/26ft distance. Enhanced by the noise reduction technology, it records your voice clearly, fitting perfectly for various occasions such as online conferences, callings, or chats.
【Plug & Play with Privacy Cover】 Requiring no extra drivers or software, the webcam works easily after connecting to your PC through its USB 2.0 port. Besides, it comes with a privacy cover that can be turned on/off with just a switch, which blocks out all the potential hacks physically, protecting your privacy most securely!
【Superior Compatibility】 Widely compatible with major online videoing platforms like Skype, Zoom, Facetime, Facebook Live, YouTube, Twitch, OBS, and Line, etc. And as a webcam for desktop, it works on various systems as well, such as Windows 10/8/07/Vista/XP, macOS, and Linux, etc.
【Easy Mount Clamp】 Designed for your convenience, the webcam is equipped with a hinged clamp that can either stand to work or be mounted on the edges of your display. Plus the 360° rotatable camera design, your online videoing could be simplified to an extreme.
Deal availability may change without notice! Prices may vary from store to store. Due to international copyright, availability and pricing may vary outside of the US.
Yearning for an escape from a claustrophobic childhood, Geoffrey Weill became infatuated with travel. At twenty-three, the budding British connoisseur made his way across the Atlantic on an ocean liner. The year was 1973, and he was bound for New York to pursue a promising role as consultant-in-training at the headquarters of the world's oldest travel agency, Thomas Cook. The idyllic trip was reminiscent of those from the early twentieth century but made distinctly modern by a nightly reminder--at the onboard dance club, one was sure to run into a sequin-clad David Bowie.
All Abroad is the memoir of a man hungry for the logistics of travel: getting there, staying there, and feeling at home on any continent. Woven into his entertaining anecdotes is an informative account of a lost era in travel. As a witness to compelling and monumental changes in the industry, Weill offers a unique view into how our vacations have been shaped deeply by human trends, tragedies, and technologies. While some long for the grandeur of tourism from decades ago, Weill insists that travel--the conveyances and hotels that await journey's end--remains as glamorous as ever.