Skype for Windows now supports full HD video via compression

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Skype now supports HD calls when combined with the Logitech C920 HD Webcam

Just in time to push HD cam girl goodness to those new HD TV’s with built in Skype capabilities, Skype has announced that their new Windows client software (version 5.8) is now HD capable.

Cam girls may want to order their new Logitech C920 HD Webcams which is required to make full HD video calls. This webcam performs all video encoding inside the camera, which greatly reduces the strain on your computer’s CPU, which means better quality frame rates for webcam sex consumers. Full HD calls also require network speeds of at least 2 Mbps, which should not be a problem for most broadband users.

This new webcam, when paired with Skype, will take cybersex encounters to the next level. More and more webcam sex consumers are going to demand HD calls, and webcam models will need to provide this service in order to compete.

The good news here is that the Logitech C920 HD Webcam can be purchased for only $85 on Amazon.com – that’s a great deal for an HD webcam with built-in hardware compression. Get one before they sell out!

So what do you think? Will the introduction of HD webcam sex tilt the tables in favor of independent cam girls?

Let us know in the comments section.

 

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