Logitech ConferenceCam Connect review

The Logitech ConferenceCam Connect is a premium webcam built specifically for meeting room video calls

Logitech ConferenceCam Connect review
(Image: © Alistair Charlton)

Digital Camera World Verdict

Not for consumers, the Logitech ConferenceCam Connect is a premium webcam designed for meeting room video calls, with great audio, three hours of battery life, HD video and a remote control. But it’s also starting to show its age, and now shares the corporate market with newer, similarly-priced rivals.


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    Premium design

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    Remote cleverly doubles as privacy cover

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    Three hours of video call battery life


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    Starting to show its age

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    Horizontal adjustment is manual only

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    Strictly for corporate customers only

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The Logitech ConferenceCam Connect isn’t the newest webcam on the block, having arrived all the way back in 2015. But it’s still an interesting product worthy of some attention. In short, it’s a webcam that, instead of clipping to the top of a computer monitor and focusing on one person, is designed so that an entire meeting room of people can participate in a video call at the same time.

It is battery powered, and therefore portable, while also packing impressive speakers and Bluetooth for boosting the audio of whatever device the video call is taking place on. But, with a recommended retail price of $499/£439 (albeit reduced at Amazon and elsewhere at the time of writing), this is a very expensive webcam with a small but specific intended audience.

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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.