In the past, Logitech didn’t make a lot of effort to support the OS X community. However, in recent months and years, they’ve been doing a better job at adding OS X support to its various offerings of keyboards and mice, as well as a few webcams. However, the company has never really released a top-of-the-line webcam that was truly made for Mac users, but that day seems to be almost here.
Logitech is said to announce a new wireless webcam specifically for Mac. A listing on B&H Photo’s website shows the new webcam in all its glory. We’re not really sure if Logitech will actually just call it the “Wireless Webcam for Mac” or not, but they’ve used other basic names in the past, so we wouldn’t be surprised if that’s what they end up going with.
We’re guessing the webcam will come equipped with 1080p recording capabilities and will obviously be wireless. Just from looking at the photos, it looks like it has some sort of indicator at the top, which could be a universal indicator that can be used with an assortment of different Mac apps.
The new webcam has a price tag of $180 on the B&H website, which is pretty ridiculous for a webcam, even a wireless one. Then again, B&H likes to charge higher prices for a lot of items that you can easily buy on Amazon for a lot cheaper. Hopefully we’ll find out more details when Logitech makes it official soon.
[via Zatz Not Funny]
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