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06/22/2010 - Hercules webcams earn Microsoft "Optimized for Windows Live" certification

06/22/2010 - Having participated in the program by Microsoft Corp., Hercules, the multimedia equipment specialist, has obtained the "Optimized for Windows Live" certification for three of its webcams.

Consumers purchasing the Hercules Dualpix Exchange, Hercules Deluxe Optical Glass and Hercules Classic Silver webcams can rest assured that their device is perfectly compatible with the most widely-used chat software in the world, Windows Live Messenger.

Following an in-depth collaboration between Microsoft and Hercules, these webcams have been certified for the "Optimized for Windows Live" logo, and will be available with this certification this summer.

Hercules will be featured as one of the partners on the Windows Live Devices Marketplace.

Hercules is currently pursuing the certification process for its entire range of webcams. Optimized for Windows Live certification allows leading manufacturers to provide an enhanced customer experience by integrating specific functionalities for use with Windows Live Messenger.

More info about the 3 webcams:

- Hercules Dualpix Exchange (1): Share your best moments effortlessly. This webcam features a high-precision VGA sensor and a microphone. It provides photo resolution of 2 megapixels*, 1280x960* video resolution, and converts files into the user’s choice of formats and transfers them automatically. .

- Hercules Deluxe Optical Glass (2): This webcam captivates users with its metal design, glass lens, built-in microphone and 4 lighting LEDs. It provides photo resolution of 1.3 megapixels*, 1280x960* video resolution and comes bundled with a headset.

- Hercules Classic Silver (3): Its compact metal design and attractive pricing make this webcam a must-have. It provides photo resolution of 1.3 megapixels*, 800x600* video resolution, and features a built-in microphone and 4 lighting LEDs.

* In interpolated mode.




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