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What better way to showcase data and charts than through 4K? Because with the Logitech Brio, that’s exactly what you get, making it the best webcam for conference room. And yes, it also works with MacOS, so it also becomes the best webcam for Mac. At the same time, it can downgrade to 1080p at 60fps, making it the best webcam for YouTube.

Why We Like It – Logitech Brio

When detail, clarity, and quality are of utmost importance, the Logitech Brio should be your go-to webcam for conferences, thanks to omni-directional mics and beautiful 4K native resolution.

Pros
  • 4K HD video resolution
  • 30 frames per second or 60 in 1080p
  • Omni-directional mics
Cons
  • 4K only usable via USB 3.0

Type, Lens, Size & Weight

Logitech made the right call by using a premium glass lens instead of plastic. It not only improves durability, but also increases clarity. Despite its performance, it’s rather small. It weighs 11.8 oz—heavy for a webcam—but has dimensions of 1 x 1 x 4 inches.

Resolution & Display

Yes, the Logitech Brio Ultra HD outputs in 4K, at 30 frames per second. On top of that, RightLight 3 and HDR offer some of the best auto-lighting and image quality you can get for this price. But there’s a catch: you need USB 3.0. Without a USB 3.0 port, you’re forced to drop down to 1080p. That’s still amazing quality, and it even gets an fps boost up to 60.

Tripod & Image Stability

We highly suggest getting a tripod. The Logitech Brio has a frustrating clip-on design that may wobble far too often, which might make facial recognition difficult without a stable surface.

Optical Zoom, Microphone, Audio & Storage

Worried about zoom? Don’t be! The Logitech Brio has 5x digital zoom. It doesn’t have any internal storage, however, unlike the Logitech C270. What it does have is superb audio quality through two microphones for great stereo sound. You can forget hearing static and white noise; it’s crystal clear. However, the Logitech C922X Pro has a bundle option that includes an excellent Blue Yeti mic.

Value

You can save yourself about $100 if you downgrade to the Logitech C925E Webcam—it operates at 1080p—but the Logitech Brio brings so much to the table that it’s worth choosing over other Logitech cameras. For starters, it’s 4K; that’s great for conferences. More importantly, it’s actually certified for Skype for Business and Cisco. It plays well with MacOS and ChromeOS, and compatible with Zoom, Windows Hello, and more.

Logitech Brio Wrap Up

It’s so hard to pass on 4K in this day and age. Clarity and resolution get such a boost that it’s almost necessary at this point for use in conferences. Even when you’re limited to 1080p, frames get a bump up to 60. No matter which avenue you’re forced to take, resolution, color, and quality are top notch on the Logitech Brio.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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