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Hercules Classic Link

Fluid images and integrated microphone for user-friendly Web chatting!

  • Fluid images and integrated microphone for user-friendly Web chatting!


Fluid images and integrated microphone for user-friendly Web chatting!


Technical specifications


  • VGA sensor
  • Integrated microphone
  • 30 frames per second for perfect fluidity in video conversations
  • 800x600 photo resolution in interpolated mode
  • 800x600 video resolution in interpolated mode (optimized for instant messaging software such as MSN® Messenger, SkypeTM...)
  • Universal mounting system for flat panel, laptop and CRT monitors
  • 360° horizontal and 180° vertical rotation
  • Incredibly user-friendly Hercules Webcam Station Evolution SE software included:
    • Capture photos with 3 modes: Single, burst, self-timer
    • Capture videos with just one click
    • Automatically convert your captures and put them in the required format for emailing
  • Compatible with videoconferencing software (Windows LiveTM Messenger, MSN® Messenger, SkypeTM, Yahoo!® Messenger, AOL® Instant Messenger, etc.)
  • 1.5 meter USB cable
  • Compatible with Windows XP SP2, Vista 32- and 64-bit!



Box contents

  • Hercules Classic Link Webcam
  • Software installation CD-ROM:
    • Hercules Webcam Station Evolution SE
    • Full manual in PDF format
  • Quick Start Guide


Minimum configuration

  • Windows® XP SP2 / Vista®
  • Intel Pentium® III/AMD Athlon® 1.1GHz
  • 256MB RAM
  • 300MB free hard disk space
  • CD-ROM
  • USB2.0 or USB1.1 port




Digital camera which connects to a computer via a USB port. Its main use is for video conversation over the Internet with other people connected to the Internet and also equipped with a webcam.
VGA resolution
Resolution of 640 pixels horizontally and 480 pixels vertically (640x480).
Integrated microphone
Microphone directly integrated into the webcam. Therefore no other microphone is required to converse over the Internet.
Fps (Frames per second)
Unit of measurement of the number of frames displayed per second in a video sequence. The higher this value, the more fluid the video will appear.
Interpolated mode
Mode allowing the user to attain, via software, larger image resolutions by creating new pixels, the characteristics of which are based on those of neighboring pixels.
Burst mode
Mode allowing the user to take several photos in succession via a single touch of the shutter button.
Self-timer mode
Mode allowing the user to delay, for a defined period, the taking of a photo after having pressed the shutter button.
Instant Messaging
Software allowing for chatting over the Internet.
CMOS sensor
Electronic component allowing for the measurement of light intensity at a large number of points to generate a digital image of the scene. Moreover, CMOS technology carries out this task with low energy consumption.
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