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Cathy Mallers PhotoLiving in the connected times we do, there are many decisions to make.  One thing that most PC owners must consider is the hardware attachments necessary to maximize the use of their computer as well as of their Internet connection.

If you plan to use video conferencing, one of the most sought after choices is the Sony EVI-D70 because it is ideal for standard desktop and laptop users. If you're buying one, opt for those that come with a tripod designed for it to ensure its safety.

Video Capture is also important to achieve good video conferencing. Opt for compatibility with video such as the Viewcast Osprey 210 because they are compatible in terms of image and audio performance.

You'll also need a web camera. If your budget permits, Logitech web cams are ideal for any monitor size and laptops screens. Good choices include QuickCam® Pro 5000, Logitech QuickCam® Ultra Vision and QuickCam® Pro 9000.

Headsets are also excellent for audio purposes. Be sure to update your drivers where necessary. If you are a mobile presenter options from Plantronics include Audio .610 single-ear USB, DA-40 USB to headset adapter, Audio .470 USB, and Revolabs Desktop Solo - USB.

A tabletop speaker or microphone is important to make the communication easier. If you are buying one, choose one with built-in echo canceller for noise or any sound that can interrupt the conversation. There is no technical requirement for speakers because any decent and working speakers are fine.

Lastly, you need a conference room setup to link the two separate parties. You can choose from either a standard conference room solo mic or converge mixer.


Posted: Monday, July 5, 2010 6:13 PM by Dean's Team
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