Rosewill RCM-3640HD 3.0 MegaPixel Webcam Review

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Unless you work in a blue-collar environment, chances are that you require the use of a computer for work. Many hours are spent in front of it and some days are more productive than others, but what cannot be contested, is the fact that it is a necessity. Since almost every computer is online or networked in some way, I’m surprised people still use telephones, especially within the same building. With high bandwidth internet connections and capable computer systems, video conferencing should be a lot more commonplace in a work environment.

Rosewill RCM-3640HD Webcam


Laptops and phones all come with built-in cameras now but for desktop users, adding webcam functionality doesn’t have to be complicated. USB video class devices are capable of streaming video content and more importantly, driverless, plug and play functionality. Having such a diverse product line, it is no surprise that Rosewill offers an affordable HD webcam solution that would work well as an addition to the desktop experience.

Rosewill RCM-3640HD Webcam


The Rosewill RCM-3640HD UVC webcam is a plug and play device, ready to be used for video chat or conference calls online, without any driver installations. The Rosewill RCM-3640HD has a 2048 X 1536 pixels CMOS image sensor that can capture 30 FPS in 640x480 (VGA mode), as well as 1280x720. Higher resolution video capture in 1920x1080, 1600x1200 and 2048x1536 at 15 FPS is also possible. The Rosewill RCM-3640HD has auto focus, auto white balance, auto exposure control as well as a built-in microphone. The Rosewill RCM-3640HD comes bundled with ArcSoft’s Webcam Companion 3.0 and has a 1-year warranty.