Due in March, Biscotti will be selling its XS home TV camera for $300.
What this device does is connect to your HDTV via an HDMI cable and allows video calling services through the TV. It features two dual band antennas for WiFi support and an ethernet port for those still using landline networks. It comes with a full remote keyboard, a universal TV mount and an adapter.
This home TV camera is another way Internet functionality is being integrated into television sets -- the aim is to make web users scoff at the days they used Skype over grainy webcams. Imagine calling your significant other in high definition? What’s really interesting about this home TV camera is the software that comes with it enables users to record and save their calls for later viewing.
The Biscotti Home TV Camera Allows Users to Record and Save Video Calls
1. Internet-enabled TV Cameras - The integration of Internet functionality into television sets is creating new opportunities for high-definition video calling.
2. Wifi-enabled Video Calling - The use of dual band antennas and WiFi support in home TV cameras is revolutionizing the way video calls are made.
3. Recordable Video Calls - The software accompanying TV cameras allows users to record and save video calls for later viewing.
1. Consumer Electronics - The consumer electronics industry can capitalize on the demand for home TV cameras with Internet and video calling capabilities.
2. Telecommunications - The telecommunications industry can benefit from the rise in WiFi-enabled video calling by providing the necessary infrastructure and services.
3. Software Development - The software development industry has an opportunity to create innovative solutions for recording and managing video calls made via TV cameras.