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Winnov has introduced a USB PC video camera with a price tag of £99. The company said that its Videum unit is capable of supporting all video and multimedia apps on PCs which support the USB port. The camera integrates both audio and video signals, and has a built in microphone. The sampling rate is between eight to 48Khz and uses a CCD image sensor with a resolution of 352 x 288 pixels. That allows video to be captures at 15 framer a second. The unit comes with Win98 drivers and a capture application, as well as a video mail application supporting MPEG3 and MPEG4 compression. ® Go here for more details.

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