Tiny USB Webcam

Tiny USB Webcam

If you don’t want to go for those combo cams that features fans, lamps and all kinds of stuff, here’s a small model that only does what a web camera is supposed to do.

Features:

  • Compact size for notebook
  • USB Retractable Cable
  • Clip mount for notebook
  • Video Conferencing
  • Compatible with ICQ, MSN, Skype, etc
  • Plug and play
  • Fully support USB 1.0 and 2.0
  • Video Frame Rate: 30 frame per second
  • Pixels: 5,000,000
  • Auto Focus
  • Driver Free for Windows XP SP2 and Vista
  • Support MAC

Tiny USB Webcam

The USB Notebook Retractable WebCam 2 is available from GizFever.com for $20.99.

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10 Responses to “Tiny USB Webcam”

  1. @Carolyn:
    You should be able to make it work on Vista. Well, I know vista is a troublesome piece of software, but since the upgrade of SP1, things getting better and better in compatibility issues.

    If it happened to not have a good campatibility, you still can use Vista’s “Program Compatibility” to run it under XP. :)

    Anyway, this gadget is really useful since it’s so small and thin to fit in any laptop bag! Unlike the sphere shape webcam.

  2. This Tiny USB Webcam is way too cool. I was just wondering if this will work fine with the HP Compaq Presario V6808TU Notebook PC? I am about to order this laptop but I am checking the features first and since there is no mention of a built-in webcam which is ok by me, I am planning to get a smaller and mobile webcam. This tiny USB webcam fits the bill to a T! I am just concerned because while it says it is compatible with Vista I heard there are webcams supposedly Vista-compatible but do not work at all when installed.

  3. I’ve had ALOT of problems trying out these various cheap import twenty-buck UVC compliant driverless webcams. They’re supposed to be UVC compatible and ‘just work’ with Vista, Apple’s Mac OS X, Linux etc. Some claim to be USB 2.0 ‘compatible’ but the actual camera sensor is only USB 1.1 speeds. The cables can be utterly flimsy, the lenses low quality. Some have horrible sounding microphones. There’s an old saying, “You get what you pay for” and most of these low-cost cams are junk. It’s worth paying up for a quality brand name webcam you’ll enjoy for years to come.

  4. Thank you very much for all your comments!

  5. Hey Carolyn, the webcam looks portable and vry useful for any laptop.

  6. Has anyone actually tried this mini out?

  7. Well, I ordered this webcam and after 3 days I was finally told it was going to take 2.5 weeks to get to me! What… not ONE single unit to be had inside the US? They ship in from overseas so don’t expect anything near a quick delivery. I’ll just sit here now and twiddle my thumbs FOREVER!!!

  8. does it have a mic

  9. I’m searching for something like this and on the face of it, seems like a bargain. You seem to be getting a lot for such a small price. However, I’ve been caught out in the past buying ‘bargains’ that turn out to be worthless. Would love some user feedback.

  10. Will this work on a Nook Tablet?

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