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We calculated the average ratings for all Logitech webcams and specifically for Logitech medium megapixel count webcams and found that in both cases Logitech had excellent ratings.
Unlike most of the other webcams of a similar age and type to the Pro9000 which are not USB powered, the Logitech Pro9000 is USB powered.
Has a Built-In Microphone
The Pro9000 has a built-in microphone, as do most of the other medium megapixel count webcams that have been on the market for around the same time as the Pro9000 .
This webcam has a USB 2 interface, which is the most frequently found interface on webcams that were launched around the same time as it.
1600 X 1200 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution
This webcam has a maximum video resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels, which is the most commonly found maximum video resolution on comparable spec webcams that have been around for more than two years.
Has a Snapshot Button
The Pro9000 has a snapshot button, unlike most of the other comparable spec webcams that have been on the market for more than two years which do not have a snapshot button.
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Quite Long Cable Length
At 1.82 meters, the Logitech Pro9000 has a quite long cable length compared to most of the other webcams that are a similar age to the Pro9000 . The shortest cable length of webcams of a similar type and age to the Pro9000 is 0.9m and the longest is 2m.
7 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Motion Detector
Like most of the other similar spec webcams that have been around for a comparable time to the Pro9000 , the Logitech Pro9000 does not have a motion detector.
Pricey Compared to Other Webcams of This Age and Type
We think this medium megapixel count webcam looks expensive for a similar spec webcam that came out more than two years ago. We checked 27 webcams of this age and type and they range in price from £7 to £350.
Does Not Feature Face Tracking
Like most of the other webcams that have been around for a comparable time to the Pro9000 , the Logitech Pro9000 does not feature face tracking.
Not Mac Compatible
The Pro9000 is not Mac compatible, although it is worth keeping in mind that most of the other webcams that are a comparable age to the Pro9000 are also not Mac compatible.
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Does Not Have a Zoom Capability
Most webcams of a comparable age and spec to the Pro9000 do not have a zoom capability. The Pro9000 is no exception to this as it too does not have a zoom capability.
Does Not Have a Night Mode
Like most of the other webcams that have been around for around the same time as the Pro9000 , the Pro9000 does not have a night mode.
Not Full HD
The Pro9000 is not Full HD, although it is worth keeping in mind that most of the other webcams of this type and age are also not Full HD.
2 Other reasons to consider the Logitech Pro9000
Average Maximum Frame Rate
At 30 frames per second, the Logitech Pro9000 has a relatively typical maximum frame rate compared to most of the other webcams of a similar age and spec to the Pro9000 .
Released Over Five Years Ago
Logitech released the Pro9000 over five years ago.
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I'll start off by saying, I don't think any adult would be caught dead in this thing, its got the build quality, look and feel of a toy you'd buy off a street vendor in Chinatown. Maybe highschoolers
Actually Pairs with Bluetooth
Charges, not DOA
Fits my wrist, barely. Its a rubber wristband but I wasn't sure it was going to fit my wrist which isn't terribly thick as far as men's wrists go
Nice and bright display
Charging cap is loose, cheap
Not much functionality besides time and speaker output of whatever would be pumped to your phone. Its basically just a Bluetooth receiver
There's a bunch of disclaimer's about compatibility with iPhone 6, I basically found it has a speaker that can connect to Bluetooth that is very quiet and awful quality sound. Not even worth using in
You have to hit the side button to turn on the display, you can't just tap the touchscreen to get the thing to wake up
The watch looks and feels like a cheap toy you'd get from the dollar store for a child, complete with silicone wrist band. Cartoon characters not included