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Logitech launches MX Brio 4K webcam for $199.99

Logitech MX Brio in the Graphite colorway (Image source: Logitech)
Logitech MX Brio in the Graphite colorway (Image source: Logitech)
The Logitech MX Brio pairs an 8.5-megapixel Sony STARVIS sensor with an f/2.0 lens. It can shoot in 4K at 30 fps or 1080p at 60 fps, has a couple of built-in microphones for noise reduction, and is certified for use with all major video-calling services.

Logitech just announced the MX Brio, a 4K webcam joining the company's Master lineup of productivity-focused mice and keyboards. Its 8.5-megapixel Sony STARVIS sensor has 70% larger pixels than Logitech's previous flagship webcam, the non-MX Brio (curr. $169.99 on Amazon), and it can record in 4K at 30 fps or 1080p at 60 fps.

Users can choose between mounting the camera on a tripod (1/4 inch thread) or attaching it to their monitor with the included mounting clip. The latter even has an extra hinge, which allows you to tilt the camera downwards to share your deskspace, with Logitech's "Show Mode" automatically flipping the image to show things from your perspective.

The webcam's aluminum housing features a Type-C port at the back, with a 1.5-meter (5 feet) USB-C to USB-C cable coming included in the box. Other features include a privacy shutter as well as a couple of built-in beamforming microphones.

According to Logitech, the MX Brio is compatible with Windows, macOS, and Chrome OS, and it's certified for Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet. In addition, the Logi Options+ application can be used to manually adjust the FOV, color balance, ISO, shutter speed, and more.

The Logitech MX Brio is available starting today in the Graphite, Pale Grey, and Black color options, and it retails for $199.99/€229/£219.99 on the company's webstore.

(Image source: Logitech)
(Image source: Logitech)
(Image source: Logitech)
(Image source: Logitech)


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Tudor Cibean, 2024-03- 6 (Update: 2024-03- 6)