Many interesting gadgets have been unveiled at the CES 2012 and the latest one to be revealed is the Samsung inTouch, which is a Wi-Fi camera system that promises to connect people around the world.
inTouch camera system lives up to its name and allows families and friends to stay in touch with each other no matter in which corner of the world they live in. It can be used along with an existing HDTV and using Skype, one could make video calls right from the comfort of one’s living room. It boasts of 720p HD video and several re-loaded apps and functionalities. Apart from Skype, you could also upload videos directly to YouTube and browse the web in order t6o use web apps that might allow you to stream video right from your living room.
Thanks to a tilt range of -30° ~ 0°, one could adjust the position of the camera without worrying about proper coverage. inTouch can be strategically placed on top of an HDTV, shelf or even on a table, depending on the interiors of your living room. It supports wireless networks and also comes with an HDMI cable, in case you were looking for that. The camera system also features an embedded mic and speakers which allow you to broadcast your voice along with the video.
With the help of pre-loaded camera apps, you could use inTouch camera to shoot videos and still photos that can later be emailed right from the device or shared over social networking sites. Ordinary HDTVs can be converted into a smart device thanks to inTouch camera system’s ability to make use of Internet connections. The product is expected to be available in March 2012 and will cost $199.99. Samsung Techwin America is a subsidiary of Samsung Groups, and we all know how popular their electronic goods already are. You could also take a look at the Samsung SmartCam which is a Wi-Fi enabled IP security camera.