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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on May 17, 2011
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I'm a geek, loyal HP computers for decades, and did a lot of research and thought this was the best deal, eclipsing the new logitech c910, which I will now buy.

This camera, even after firmware upgrade I did from HP support site, did not fix the color problem. Constantly, every few seconds, it would recalc the colors, turning me every shade of red, green and blue.

I'm so disappointed in HP on this one, and others here warned of this issue, yet I thought the firmware would fix it - not.

Don't waste your time on this one. It needs to go back to the lab for a bit more work.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on October 12, 2011
The camera would work (jerkily) for a few moments then a message would (incorrectly) say another application was using it. THEN it automatically installed the drivers for the SunquestIT PC camera, so now it does not work at all. So, where is my money? HP did this with my Photosmart printer - Problem? You're on your own. They had some nice lady call me and do nothing except say that maybe my computer is out of date.... Doesn't HP read these comments? They actually have a web site where people have posted this problem -- But it is just so people can post something -- HP does not read it. I would not be at all surprised if someone sued them for defective products - A class action suit! Don;t buy this!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on August 18, 2011
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I've tried all the new HD webcams available in mid-2011 and this one comes in third place behind the Microsoft LifeCam Studio (first place) and the Logitech C910 (second place). This one has a softer image overall and slower autofocus that tends to miss the mark. If you get a really good price on it, like twenty bucks or so, then you'll be fine, but for full price you'd be better off looking at the other two cams listed above. Prices are dropping on all three cams right now, so be sure to really shop around for the best price, I got each cam listed above for under fifty bucks each.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2012
This is the worst webcam. If you want trouble buy it. It always stop working. Once you turn of your live chat,the webcam wont even turn off. You have to physically disconnect it. In the end, it turns itself to a SunplusIT web cam. And it will not work again, since the software wont never match with HP camera. Piece of shit!!!!!!!!!!!! If i can i will give it zero star.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 6, 2012
This friggin piece of garbage only works on 32 bit systems. Don't even bother if you have a 64 bit OS, Winduhrs will simply detect it as a random camera then totally disregard the "drivers" on the disc. In short, this device is a complete waste of money and HP should be firing the morons who let this actually get onto the market.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 20, 2013
The HP 4110 WebCam worked great until I upgraded to Windows 8 last October. To this date April 20, 2013 HP still does not have drivers on their website for Windows 8, so the WebCam is worthless. If you have Windows 8 do not purchase this WebCam

UPDATE:
After putting my HP 4110 in the junk drawer, I did some research on WebCams that work well with Windows 8. The one with the most reviews and the best reviews was the Logitech HD WebCam C310, I ordered a refurbished one from Amazon at a cost of $18.99 plus $4.78 shipping. I plugged it into my USB port downloaded the software & drivers, the picture is great and the software works great with Windows 8 and Skype. I don't think you can beat this WebCam for the price.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 20, 2012
This webcam seemed like a good product at first: sleek and convenient to use. However, as is often the case with HP products, the software and execution of the product was garbage. Contrary to the instructions and to the HP website, the "driver" is not a driver at all, but rather the usual HP bloatware supplied by Arcsoft. The software included some useful apps, such as photo shots, motion detection, and face detection. However, the software invariably froze and quit responding after several minutes of use. Reinstallation did not work. The final slap was when I clicked on the HP support app. It immediately took me to the Ask.com website and made it my browser home page and default search engine, even though I told it not to. The HP.com site had no useful information either. Suffice to say, I will never buy another HP product.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I had used a Logitech 720p Webcam Pro 9000 for a few years until it finally froze and went dead (I dropped it - okay?). Logitech has always been my electronic preference until I discovered this HP Webcam. The first thing that impressed me was that it is adaptable to any computer screen, thick or thin. Too many current webcams have a small clip or for god's sake a cheap post and stand that falls over. This non-skid rubberized clip attachment lets you secure it anywhere around your screen and even allows you to easily take it off and focus it on other objects in your room to show your long distance video chatter (your cat, your photos, your whatever). This clip was just the first sales feature for me.

Although the HP webcam features "click of the button" use for starting video-chat or high resolution pictures (1080 - very nice), the software is right on your screen for an easier click. I like being able to set up an easy video chat or send a 30-second video message with one click and be able to review it before sending it. The HP webcam uses all the major webcam broadcasters (AIM, Skype, MSN, Windows Live) and the quality beats anything else. The software allows the camera to follow and focus on your face (or a few faces) with crisp accuracy. You can move around, up close or fall back and the focus stays on your face. The color is real whether the room is light or dark (I found the darker the better. Even with a good white balance, there is still some minor background glare. Every setup will be different). You can also adjust the color to fit your need. And sure, it comes with all the silly software (ArcSoft Webcam Companion) for including masques, frames, visual effects, etc. The multi-media gallery is sort of cool.

The best features are the quality of the video (no blurriness or unfocused faces), the color is real and the microphone is crisp sounding with no booming or distortion. Being able to move the camera around is also nice, as there is plenty of cable. You can also store your incoming and outgoing video chats or messages.

If you have a nasty nanny who steals things or beats your kids, it will automatically record any motion while you are away (I'd cover that tiny green light though). Fortunately, I don't have to worry about that. The entire webcam has all the usual features and more, but the quality is what impressed me. Logitech has some serious competition. (Also, shop around as I've seen this elsewhere for less).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 19, 2013
Windows 7 64 bit misidentifies my hd-4110 webcam as SunplusIT Pc Camera and it no longer works. HP Support is full complainants and HP is no help......... AFTER ABOUT 4 Days. IT DOSE NOT WORK
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 30, 2013
After trying out 3 of these on different PCs, I can confirm the other negative reports here.

The camera itself could be decent, but the software trouble was just as bad as the support, and I had to return them.
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