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- Inexpensive Video Conferencing Solution
- No service fees
- Calls TVs, phones, computers and tablets
- Supports web browser calling from Windows 7 or higher and SIP-based calling
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Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, Widescreen Video Calling and Recording, 1080p Camera, Desktop or Laptop Webcam
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|Item Dimensions||0.94 x 5.88 x 0.75 in||7.52 x 2.83 x 8.94 in||3.7 x 3.7 x 0.95 in||6.97 x 6.81 x 4.88 in||8.19 x 10.55 x 2.5 in||2.95 x 2.95 x 11.98 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.04 lbs||5.6 ounces||2.28 lbs||1.5 lbs||1.68 lbs|
For The Home Bring your family and friends closer than ever with Biscotti. You have a big, beautiful high-definition TV in your living room. So, why make video calls from a cramped computer screen when you can see the whole room in high-definition with Biscotti TV Cam? Say goodbye to small screens, software and face cams, and turn your TV into a giant, easy-to-use video phone. For Business Enable your business with high-quality, cost-effective video conferencing The easy installation and localized management from within MyBiscotti Cloud Services makes Biscotti a “No Brainer” for business. Secure camera to camera calling in your conference rooms and on your desktops lets you video chat worldwide for free.
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The other thing that is not known is if your device boots up with red and yellow screen that ks the old software and after connecting it to wifi it can take upto 40min to autoupdate with the lastest sip software.
Spoke to customer support and if wasn't for the fact they called me back immediatelyand gave good support, I would have returned the product. Anyway its the only product like this the market and for selfish reasons that I'd like this to stay open and free biscotti service to continue, I had to tell the rest of amazon community the latest scoop.
*** Missing specifications and feature change. Did anyone else know this would not support 1080p when they purchased? I had to downscale my bluray player. Which means 3d wont work either. Thanks biscotti.
This was my experience using the simplest setup, which involves directly connecting the Biscotti to the TV with the HDMI cable (which was missing in the box I received). The more complicated setup, which the company recommends in the manual, involves putting the Biscotti between the cable signal and the TV, so that you can receive calls while watching TV. Unsurprisingly, this did not work at all: the TV received neither the cable signal nor incoming calls on the Biscotti. It simply displayed a blank screen saying "No Signal."
There was also "no signal" from Biscotti customer service, which is really a disservice. When you call the phone number that they provide in the manual, a recording tells you to go to their website and send them email. I did this three times and received no response (this was two days ago). I also left them voice mail; same result. Zero stars would have been more appropriate, but alas Amazon does not offer that option.
Update: After some back and forth, I was sent another device by the company. It worked more or less as advertised on the first test call, which involved calling the TV from an iPhone with the requisite app. The second call was already more complicated: the caller's image appeared on the TV, but not the other way around. The third call introduced a new wrinkle: now the caller's image appeared sideways, and the only way to fix it was to ask him to turn his iPhone 90 degrees (or lie down while talking). Then, after about a week of being plugged in, unaccountably the Biscotti device blocked the TV signal coming from the cable box. (It is installed between cable and TV.) Nothing would fix it except unplugging the whole thing. It's now in the trash, where it belongs.
Customer service was somewhat helpful. It was almost like if my problem was not the ordinary problems that showed up on their screen, them they didn't know what they were talking about.
Also, people on the other end must have a strong signal also. Unlike Skype, where a good instead of great signal will work, biscotti needs to have a pretty darn good signal.