HP’s new webcam is familiar, using AI to keep you and fidgety guests in frame during meetings. The $199.99 HP 965 4K Streaming Webcam is the company’s new business-oriented model that includes a Sony Starvis CMOS sensor with similar specs (and price) to Dell’s 4K webcam line, Elgato’s Facecam, and Razer’s Kiyo Pro. is. The Home Office 960 version is available in white, but according to HP spokesperson Christine Wahl, the specs are the same, and at first HP’s website showed her with a $50 discount. Later, the 960 became the same price as the 965.
These webcams have similar tracking capabilities, as well as the following features found in Logitech’s StreamCam (one of the best webcams my colleague Cameron tested) and Apple’s Center Stage. The company touts the camera tracking as part of its HP Presence tools, which it offers for “more thoughtful human collaboration technology,” and they require HP Accessory Center software running to work. must be connected to a host PC with Assuming you really like the effect and chose HP’s new monitor with IPS black over say the Z24m with an integrated webcam and similar tech, that’s a good setup for a desk or office Another way to do it.
HP puts an 18mm f/2.0 lens on the front and the camera can capture 4K at 30 fps or FHD at 60 fps. The company claims the camera offers a “true-to-life” look with color correction and HDR capabilities. It also has dual mics similar to Dell’s 2K webcam, offering better noise reduction and clarity.
You can mount your webcam on a monitor, tripod, or stand. Comes with privacy cover and detachable USB-A cable. It also has a 360 degree swivel and a top hinge that allows the camera to rotate 90 degrees downwards. During presentations, you can apply a keystone effect when presenting documents with the camera.