Teclast is more often noted for its range of portable media players, but this time round their W900 comes in the form of a wireless webcam instead, where Teclast claims it is the first of its kind in the world. It seems to be effective at distances of up to 200m, and boasts a 5-megapixel resolution. To get started, just plug its USB receiver into your desktop or notebook and you’re good to go. No idea on how fast the quartet of AAA batteries required to power it will run out of juice, but good thing you can also plug it into an external power outlet. Would you fork out $117 for one of these?
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