Logitech unveils new MX Brio webcam: Aussie price and release date announced


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Logitech has announced the launch of its latest product, the MX Brio.

This new high-end webcam becomes part of the company’s Master (MX) Series, and is designed to deliver superior performance and streaming experiences.

The MX Brio is touted as Logitech’s most advanced webcam yet, promising to transform virtual communication and collaboration for creative professionals and developers.

Specs and Features

The MX Brio is equipped with an Ultra HD 4K resolution and an advanced webcam sensor that boasts 70% larger pixels than the Brio 4K, Logitech’s previous flagship webcam.

And because it’s 2024, Logitech has stuffed the MX Brio with AI-enhanced image quality to provide natural images and videos with better face visibility and finer image details, even in challenging lighting conditions.

While you may worry that’s all marketing speak, but Logitech claims this feature has been tested and verified by DXOMARK lab, a trusted name in image quality assessment.

The MX Brio also offers advanced customisation options, allowing users to manually adjust exposure, tint, vibrance, and field of view using Logitech’s Logi Options+, Logi Tune, and G HUB software.

“We know that MX users collaborate and communicate from many different environments, and need a versatile webcam offering the best video and sound quality. MX Brio is our highest quality webcam, featuring customisation and the ability to show themselves or their work in the best possible way.”

Anatoliy Polyanker, General Manager of the MX Business at Logitech.

A “Show Mode” feature enables users to share sketches or other physical objects on their desks by simply tilting the webcam, while an integrated privacy shutter lets you block vision quickly and easily.

Of course, audio is just as important as video on Zoom calls, and the MX Brio has two beam-forming mics to reduce background noise.

Finally, a RightSight auto-framing feature can detect and centre on the speaker even as they move around.

In line with Logitech’s commitment to sustainability, the MX Brio is certified carbon neutral, and its packaging comes from FSC-certified forests and other controlled sources.

Furthermore, the plastic parts of the MX Brio include certified post-consumer recycled plastic, giving a second life to end-of-use plastic from old consumer electronics.

Pricing and Availability

The MX Brio, available in Graphite and Pale Grey colour options, is set to be available in March 2024 on Logitech’s official website and at selected retailers.

The recommended retail price for this webcam is $329.95 in Australia.


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