Lili Webcam, Red or Green reduced from £24 to £6 each delivered @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Great for kids, good delivered price from the original.
Connect this little character to your PC and chat to family and friends over the web. Its 1.3 megapixel video resolution and 30 frames per second mean you'll enjoy clear, crisp pictures on your screen. Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.0.
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#1
From the play website

It is cheaply made, hard to angle, the software is outsourced and you have to manually focus the lens. Pay £10 more and get a decent make like logitec, this really isn't worth buying


Cold.
#2
Thanks. I've been looking for a webcam and this will do just fine.
Although it doesn't say on the JL site this is also compatible with Macs apparently.

Also Green is now out of stock.

By way of balance... from Lifegoggles...

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The United Pepper Lili Webcam is one of the first sustainable design electronics, and certainly the first sustainable webcam I’ve come across.

Made from sand, cotton and kapok, the Belgian designers (it’s manufactured in Vietnam) have tried to remove as much plastic as possible. 70% of the material is Fair Trade, and it comes in recycled (PET) packaging.
As a webcam itself it’s not bad. A 1.3 megapixelcamera does the job as a webcam but don’t expect to be producing quality recordings with it. It has a built in microphone and when communicating with family it works great, though the colors can be a little washed out. The sand filled legs are flexible that makes it easier to position on difficult surfaces.
The test version I’ve got strangely has a seperate plug for the microphone socket, as well as the USB connector, though I’m not sure if it’s like that in the final product. Installation was on a minin-CD and was pretty simple though novices might find the lack of clear English and full instructions a little tricky. It has a manual focus lens too which actually made some things easier to see than my much more expensive webcam.
Overall, for a simple webcam with a built in microphone you can do worse, and for a sustainable webcam, you can’t do better. Available for $45 or €40 from United Pepper
#3
jazid
From the play website



Cold.


I'm guessing you just looked at the single review of the red colour variant. If you check out the reviews for the other colours on the play website you will find that the opinion you quoted is in the minority. :)
#4
Dear Mr Echo
I'm guessing you just looked at the single review of the red colour variant. If you check out the reviews for the other colours on the play website you will find that the opinion you quoted is in the minority. :)


Hardly what you call technical reviews.

I suspect that the 1.3 megapixel video resolution is software upsized. The web seems devoid of useful reviews other than the "fairtrade novelty value" and "my daughter loves it" fare.
#5
Well it costs £6 and from the concensus of all the reviews, it works pretty well... I'm sure my daughter will love it!

:)
#6
Dear Mr Echo
I'm sure my daughter will love it!

I'm sure she will.
#7
Very easy to set up, looks great. Also bought USB Hub to match for £3.00 in John Lewis which looks like a starfish. Only downside is cable is quite short with the USB Hub. Great bargains though.
#8
amibees
Great for kids


Not sure what responsible parent would want a webcam specifically for their "kids"...

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