According to rumors, the two models will also support Windows
Microsoft has not played a webcam for a long time, but it can come back with some thoroughly modern equipment. Sources talking to Paul Turrott (known for his Microsoft relationship) claim that Microsoft wants to return to webcams in 2019 with two 4K models, “at least one of which will support Xbox One in addition to Windows 10. This is It will not be necessary to replace Kinect (for this you will need depth detection), but it can offer multi-user automatic input, Skype video chat and other features that have largely disappeared along with the old peripherals.
Insiders also said that one of the webcams would support Windows Hello authentication. If this is the case, Microsoft will offer this feature for the first time in a separate camera. Until now, you have had to buy a Surface computer if you wanted the company’s official approach to face recognition.
It is unclear exactly when the cameras will be delivered, although one of them, apparently, “focused on the enterprise” and can be a companion for Surface Hub 2. Despite the fact that things are shaky, the return of Microsoft may be welcomed. Logitech is currently the largest name in the city when it comes to webcams, and this can give it a new competition. For more news