On a recent afternoon, I sat at the end of a crowded hallway at HP’s new headquarters in the city of Huntsville, Alabama, with a large video screen in front of me.
The screen was large, with several different cameras attached to it, one of which was displaying a small but very detailed image of the front of my face, followed by a series of blurred dots.
A couple of the dots moved in and out of focus as I looked at them, and a few more moved back and forth, but I was able to make out the general outline of my cheeks.
The image itself, though, was nothing special.
At least, not to me.
I was still looking at it, and I had no idea what to think about it.
As it turns out, though the image wasn’t particularly useful, it was a pretty big deal.
A lot of people have a hard time seeing what they’re looking at on a webcam, and HP had spent a lot of time developing its own webcam product to address this.
It’s called HP Webcam 360.
It was released on February 16, and it comes with a few nice new features over the HP WebCam 360 2.
It can shoot 1080p video, and has two cameras, one with a 3-inch lens and one with an 8-inch one.
It has a new battery and processor that allow it to shoot at 30 frames per second.
The two cameras are designed to be very easy to set up, and they can be controlled via a USB port.
The company also includes a couple of new features, including support for multiple resolutions, and support for new hardware-accelerated video decoding.
The new hardware is what sets the 360 apart from other webcam products.
The 360 can shoot videos at resolutions up to 720p, and up to 1080p at 60 frames per seconds.
The 2.0-inch-diameter 360p camera also has an 8 megapixel sensor, which is quite a bit better than the 360’s 8 megapixels.
(You can see the differences in the 360cam’s settings menu and the camera app.)
HP says that the 360 can output 1080p and 60 frames at 60Hz, though it’s unclear what the resolution is for those resolutions.
The other camera is the 2-inch webcam that can shoot 720p and up, but the company doesn’t say how much of a difference it is.
The only other webcam that supports more than two cameras is the HP MicroCam, which has a larger and more expensive sensor.
I’m not exactly sure what the difference is between the 360 and MicroCam.
I haven’t had the chance to try out either of them yet, but it looks like the 360 is a more advanced webcam.
The difference is a little less obvious when you look at the differences between the three cameras, though.
The first one is the older, larger 360p, which was designed to capture 720p video at 30fps, while the newer MicroCam is more expensive, and the older 360 is an older, smaller, but still very capable 720p webcam.
If you look closely at the first image on the 360 screen, though—which is still 1080p, though at 60fps—you can see a number of pixels moving back and forward as the camera moves around.
It looks like it’s recording at some sort of a different resolution than the one on the MicroCam or 360, and if you look up at it from the right you can see that the two cameras can shoot at a resolution of 480p.
This is a much higher resolution than what the 360 camera can handle, and as you can probably tell from the image itself you can still see that a portion of the image is blurred.
The reason that the Microcam can shoot higher resolution video is that it has a better processor.
The MicroCam can record up to 960p at 30 fps, and that is more than double the resolution of the 360.
The larger 360 also has a faster processor and better-performing camera.
But there is a tradeoff: the larger 360 is much more expensive.
I have the 360 for $999 and the MicroBrands MicroCam for $299, which means I’m paying about $1,000 more than the MicroCams for the same camera.
I can’t say for sure if this is because the 360 has a higher resolution or a better camera, but HP has said that the higher resolution is to improve battery life.
HP says the 360 also offers an “enhanced camera control” feature that will let you adjust how the 360 behaves based on how you use it.
That’s what I used to like most about the 360, though: HP didn’t just release a webcam that let me tweak the resolution, it also offered a camera that allowed me to change the camera’s settings, too.
The main settings menu