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Logitech TV Cam HD Commercial

Logitech’s commercial for their new TV Cam HD just debuted, featuring a track I wrote with talented singer-songwriter Andrea Hamilton. I’ve previously written about the track, called Finally Free, here. Logitech chose to use the instrumental mix of this song to complement the quirky, inspirational vibe they were going for.

 

About the Logitech TV Cam HD: it gives you and your family the freedom to move around, while connecting with the people that matter most. Friends and family can feel like they’re right there with you, even when they’re not. The Logitech TV Cam HD plugs right into your big screen HDMI port and starts working — on any brand TV with HDMI. The Logitech TV Cam HD clip-on design makes it easy to securely mount on top of any HDTV, or you can simply mount it to the wall. All you need is an available HDMI port and an Internet connection through wi-fi or Ethernet. Everything else is already in the box. Skype is built-in, so you don’t have to connect to a computer or install software. If they have a Skype account, you can call them — on their smartphone, laptop, TV, or tablet. Just sign into Skype or create a new account, right on your TV. Since you’ll access your current Skype account, all of your existing Skype contacts are still just a click away. And — it’s Skype Certified, giving you an excellent Skype calling experience. The built-in ringer lets you know when someone’s calling — whether your TV is on or off. For more information about the Logitech TV Cam HD, visit this page on Logitech’s site.

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