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Topic # 29536 10-Jan-2009 20:30
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Hi,

Does anyone know of a bluetooth web camera available in NZ (with Windows Mobile and Vista drivers)?

I found the Geniesys OptiEyes camera that seems to be exactly what I want, but its availability isn't clear. It does seem to be a working product because there are screenshots of driver installation etc, but not many references to it in google results.

http://www.genie-sys.com/products.html
http://gizmodo.com/342281/optieyes-bluetooth-camera-loses-the-wires-increases-chances-of-being-arrested

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  Reply # 188643 10-Jan-2009 20:36
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I Don't know about Blue Tooth (What is that?)But I think I have some U.S.B. (or something) webcam that I used to chat to my friends in switzerland with, until it got broken.
Is it the same thing?
Where does it drive?



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  Reply # 188651 10-Jan-2009 20:53
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I don't get how that is funny.

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  Reply # 188695 11-Jan-2009 00:58
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I have to agree, macuser's reply was alittle weird.

Can I ask why it has to be bluetooth?

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  Reply # 188705 11-Jan-2009 04:59
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nate: Can I ask why it has to be bluetooth?


Not too many options for connection to WinMo devices . . .

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