A swag of standard features are key to the appeal of Swann's newest webcam - the VersaCam Mini. The camera can be used as a standalone webcam or clipped on a laptop by removing the rubber grip stand. It features a colour CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) lens that allows a maximum of 640 x 480 VGA resolution at up to 15 frames per second, as well as a 360-degree tilt swivel clip for video-conferencing. The camera also comes with software that allows users to link up to three additional cameras simultaneously for home or office security. The VersaCam Mini hits retail shelves this month and will retail for $79.95.
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