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Xiaomi launches Mi TV webcam in India at Rs 1,999

The Mi TV Webcam supports Google Duo video calls. It has a 2-megapixel sensor and can capture 1080p video at 25 frames per second.

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On Thursday, June 24, Xiaomi released the Mi TV Webcam in India, allowing users to converse virtually with loved ones right from their smart TVs. Full-HD (1080p) videos at 25 frames per second are captured with the new offering. A 71-degree field of vision and two far-field microphones are also included with the webcam. It also contains a USB port for connecting to other Android TV-based smart TVs, as well as Windows and Mac computers, in addition to Mi TV and Redmi TV models. Overall, the Mi TV Webcam appears to be a carbon copy of the OnePlus TV Camera, which was released earlier this month.
Mi TV Webcam price in India
The pricing of the Mi TV Webcam in India has been set at Rs. 1,999, and it will be available from June 28 on Mi.com, as well as Mi Home and Mi Studio outlets. The Mi TV Webcam is also less expensive than the OnePlus TV Camera, which launched at Rs. 2,499. The specifications and design of both cameras are nearly identical.

Mi TV Webcam specifications, features

The Mi TV Webcam supports Google Duo video calls. It has a 2-megapixel sensor and can capture 1080p video at 25 frames per second. The camera also has dual stereo microphones that can capture audio from up to four metres away. There's also a 3D image noise reduction technique that claims to help with picture grain reduction.

The Mi TV Webcam has a real shutter that can be slid over the lens with a swipe when the camera is not in use to provide some privacy. A USB Type-C connection is also included for connectivity (a 1.5-metre USB-A to USB Type-C cable is bundled in the box).

The Mi TV Webcam supports Google Duo video calls. It has a 2-megapixel sensor and can capture 1080p video at 25 frames per second. The camera also has dual stereo microphones that can capture audio from up to four metres away. There's also a 3D image noise reduction technique that claims to help with picture grain reduction.

The Mi TV Webcam has a real shutter that can be slid over the lens with a swipe when the camera is not in use to provide some privacy. A USB Type-C connection is also included for connectivity (a 1.5-metre USB-A to USB Type-C cable is bundled in the box).

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