Unboxing and hands on with the new Logitech BRIO 4K webcam with Windows Hello

Logitech Brio 4K
Logitech Brio 4K (Image credit: Windows Central)

Logitech just launched their new BRIO 4K webcam with HDR and Windows Hello support, and we've got one in to review! As always, we've got a quick unboxing and hands on first, giving you a good look at all the details and samples you need to see before you think about buying one.

The BRIO 4K from Logtech is the first prosumer 4K webcam that's available on the market. It retails for $199, which isn't cheap to say the least, but it does come with a hefty set of specifications that in our opinion makes its price worth it.

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  • 4K Ultra HD video calling (up to 4096 x 2160 pixels @ 30 fps)
  • 1080p Full HD video calling (up to 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 30 or 60 fps)
  • 720p HD video calling (up to 1280 x 720 pixels @ 30, 60, or 90 fps)
  • Plug-and-play USB connectivity
  • 90 degree field of view (FOV) with two additional settings (65 degrees and 78 degrees) available with optional software download
  • 5x digital zoom in Full HD
  • Autofocus
  • RightLight™ 3 with HDR for clear image in various lighting environments ranging from low light to direct sunlight
  • Built-in dual omni-directional mics with noise cancellation
  • Infrared sensor technology
  • Background replacement
  • External privacy shutter
  • Multiple mounting options, including clip and tripod mount
  • Supports multiple connection types, including USB 2.0 Type A and USB 3.0 Type A and C connections - Custom carrying case
  • Background replacement, a Logitech labs project powered by Personify

We'll be doing a full review soon, but in the meantime check out our unboxing and quick hands on which gives you a sample of what the 4K footage will look like, plus a demo of the virtual background replacement and Windows Hello setup!

Zac Bowden
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