ALARIS QuickVideo weeCam USB

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Alaris
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 4.1 MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, windows XP, ME, 2000, 98 Gold and 98SE
Latest Version / Release Date: USB-FGB-V000 / 21 Jun 2003

Windows device driver information for ALARIS QuickVideo weeCam USB

The ALARIS Quick Video Weecam USB is a webcam that makes capturing video and sending them over networks easy and fast. The webcam can capture videos with a resolution capacity of 320 by 240 fps. The web camera can also take color photos with 1200 x 1600-resolution capacity. All this is transferred to the host computer via the USB port. Although most popular with home computer users, the device can also be used in video conferencing, while used together with supporting video-conferencing software. The general features of the Alaris Weecam USB digital Webcam includes a 640x 480-pixel color resolution with a CMOS sensor. The webcam is also fast with a 2.0 aperture. The 5.8 mm lens provides a 48-degree view. The webcam also has a focus lens that varies the image form 0.5 inches to infinity. Another added advantage is that the camera can capture a variety of colors.

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The Alaris Quick Video weecam USB works best in windows 98 and other recent versions of the windows series and requires a machine with at least a 1000 MHz processor. The RAM needs to be at least 16 MB although a higher RAM is preferable. The Hard disk should be at least 20 MB. More to this, the machine must have a USB port to attach the webcam. A CD-ROM is also necessary for software and driver installation. If the user will need to record or play back the audio-visual captured by webcam, then the machine where the device has been installed also needs to have a sound card and a microphone. To download the drivers for the ALARIS quickvideoo weecam USB, one only needs to go to the official ALARIS official website and download the ‘' file It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ALARIS QuickVideo weeCam USB errors before installing any driver updates.