Logitech Brio 100 - all the webcam most people will ever need

Logitech's new budget webcam will improve on your laptop's built-in camera - we test it out

Logitech Brio 100 webcam
(Image: © Alistair Charlton)

Digital Camera World Verdict

For the price, the Brio 100 is a great webcam. Its Full HD video footage is sharp and accurate, with good exposure and color balance while audio quality is acceptable and the universal monitor mount is nicely versatile. It’s also smartly designed and available with color options of black, white and rose pink. We’d like to have seen a detachable USB cable, and a couple of software functions weren’t available at the time of writing, but this is otherwise all the dash cam most home workers will ever need.


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    Great Full HD video

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    Versatile monitor mount

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    Good software


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    USB-A cable cannot be detached

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    The monitor mount is fixed too

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    Manual exposure option not available at time of writing

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The shift to working from home during Covid 19 saw a rise in premium (and pricey) webcams. Up-market offerings punched through the $200 and even the $300 barrier in a bid to offer home workers the very best in video and audio quality, with clever features, smart design and even artificial intelligence.

But who really needs all of that? Unless you are still on Zoom calls for hours every day and need to look your very best, or use a high-quality webcam like the Insta360 Link to record yourself, you likely only need the basics.

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Alistair Charlton

Alistair has been a journalist since 2011 and used to be Deputy Technology Editor at IBTimes  in London. His specialist tech subjects include smart home gadgets, phones, wearables, tablets and dashcams. He is the host of  The AutoChat Podcast.