Logitech is launching two new mid-tier products lines to meet workers'' needs: the Brio 500 webcams and the Zone Vibe wireless headphones.
According to Logitech, these two products are intended to offer business-grade technical equipment made from recycled materials at a relatively affordable price. Almost all webcams have a Show Mode, which allows users to tilt the camera around so they may include objects or sketches. These headphones provide excellent performance as well as noise-canceling microphones.
Five new devices are the Brio 500 webcam, Brio 505, Zone Vibe 100 headphones, Zone Vibe 125, and the Zone Vibe Wireless.
Brio 500 webcams
The Brio 505 features two noise-reducing beamforming microphones inside. Beamforming (opens in a new tab) refers to a type of microphone that is intended in a specific direction to capture audio while excluding outside interference. It is similar to a directional microphone but uses rather than construction to achieve its objective.
The webcams shoot video at a resolution of 1080p (1920x1080 pixels) at 30 FPS via a 4MP lens. Both devices have a Logitech RightLight 4 software (opens in new tab) to automatically optimize the lighting in video calls, ensuring that your subjects look good in video calls even in difficult conditions. And that same software includes auto-framing. Both devices will need to download the LogiTune app (opens in new tab) app on your computer if you
The setup of the Brio 500 series cameras should be straightforward, however, it is crucial that you place the webcam on the monitor with a clasp and connect it to your computer via the 5 meter (1.5 meters) cable. Moreover, both cameras come with a privacy shutter that you can bring down by rotating the circular knob at the end.
The Brio 500 (opens in new tab) ($129.99) and 505 (opens in new tab) ($129) are currently available for sale on the Logitechs website, which includes items like Graphite, Off-white, and Rose Pink.
Zone Vibe headphones
Each pair of headphones from the Zone Vibe series has a Bluetooth 5.2 connection with a range up to 100 feet (30 meters) and a battery life of up to 20 hours of listening time and 18 hours of talk time. A quick five-minute charge will offer you an hour of battery life. Then, the headphones'' microphones include a set of knobs for controlling music, closing calls, and sending to a computer via Bluetooth. And the Brio 505''s noise-canceling mics also have the same
The differences between the three are minor. The Zone Vibe 125 comes with a USB-A receiver that you can connect to a computer if you don''t want to use Bluetooth (1.6 inches for the 125 and 1.57 inches for the 100), while the Zone Vibe Wireless also has Multipoint Bluetooth, which allows you to quickly switch between devices.
The Zone Vibe headphones from the Brio 500 series are now available in Graphite, Off-White, and Rose Pink. The Vibe 100 (opens in new tab) will cost you $99.99, while both the Vibe 125 (opens in new tab) and Vibe Wireless (opens in new tab) are discounted for $129.99.