Creative Webcam Plus Reviews
Product Type: Creative web cams
Newest Review: ... his house. We had to hunt down the drives which was a bit cumbersome as the device itself didn't tell us too much about ... more
Customer Creative Webcam Plus Reviews (10)
by - written on 27/04/01, updated on 27/04/01 (Very useful, 533 readings)
The Creative Web Cam Go is the first web cam I have ever bought, and I must say that I am very pleased with the result. It is a fantastic camera, built for the ideal consumer in mind – the one who is not a qualified expert in computers and all their mind-boggling jargon. The first thing I noticed about this web cam is how easy it seemed to install it. The box was clearly told me that it was a USB. This is definitely the best type of device to get. I don’t know much, but I know that most devices you must plug in then restart your computer in order for them to work. But USBs are simply plug-in-and-play. And it isn’t hard to mix up the ports in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/00, updated on 04/12/00 (Very useful, 456 readings)
I bought this webcam about a week ago from buy.com. With a £20 off voucher, I got it for around £20. It arrived three or four days later, I installed it and what did I get - Nothing!! My webcam does not work for more than five seconds. Having looked up on the internet it seems that you can have problems using this webcam if you are not using a genuine intel pentium processor and/or if you are running Windows 98 Second Edition. I myself have Win98 SE and an Athlon 550 processor. Unfortunately there was no warning about this bug from Creative. I have looked it up on the internet and have found that many users all over the world have exactly the same problem ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/00, updated on 04/12/00 (Very useful, 440 readings)
Opinions are divided on this camera. If you have an AMD processor faster than 300MHz or Windows 98 SE, then stay well clear as it won't work at all. My friend bought one and dicovered this to his disgust! I am lucky and have WindowsME and it's a dream of a camera. The highest resolution it displays is 640x480, and it can capture video at 15 frames per second at this resolution, and at 320x240 it can capture video at 30 frames per second. Installation was a breeze, you install the drivers from the CD, plug the camera in the USB port, reboot and the camera is detected and installed. The capture software enables you to preview what the camera can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/02, updated on 14/01/02 (Very useful, 1967 readings)
One has to ask oneself, "should I get a webcam?" before entering the myriad of choices available in the webcam retail arena. I asked myself this question and came up with the answer yes and bought the creativelabs webcam plus. Am I glad I did? Well no not really. The main reason I wish I had not wasted my money is that I rarely use it. That aside this is an easy webcam to install and use, so if you ask yourself should I get a webcam and come up with the answer yes, then this is a good one to get. Why get one? I thought that the idea of being able to send live video of my son to his grandfather in New Zealand was good enough reason. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/02, updated on 24/12/02 (Very useful, 498 readings)
I bought this webcam a couple of years ago because I was sent a £20 off for anything over £40 spent on, what was then, buy.com. Never thought about buying a webcam before that but I'm glad I did. The package arrived quickly and contained the webcam and some software (windows drivers and photo processing and calendar making applications). The camera has a USB connection for use with all modern PCs. The camera is dark gray, plastic and light. Can be placed on a standard monitor, or a table but I don't think it would stand on thin LCD monitor. The front features the CREATIVE logo and, obviously, the lens. The focus for the latter can be adjusted ... Read the complete review
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