Logitech Brio 500 Webcam and Zone Vibe Headphones Arrive in PH

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Logitech has introduced two new products for the Philippine market – the Brio 500 webcam and the Zone Vibe headphones. Both designed to modernize the work and play experience and address the challenges that users face when working at home.

On Show Mode with Brio 500 webcams

Made for those who want enterprise-grade audio and video quality, personalization, and more engaging experiences on video calls, the Brio 500 series is a new class of webcams that cater to the most common video conferencing challenges.

Brio 500 series feature Show Mode which makes it easier to share sketches and other physical objects on the desk. There’s also an innovative mounting system and built-in sensor that allows the camera to tilt up and down to focus on objects, and it can automatically flip the image to render the correct orientation for video calls.

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Available in graphite, off-white, and rose colors, Brio 500 series give individuals the freedom to style their workstation to suit their personality and taste. These also feature RightSight technology (enabled through Logi Tune) automatically frames the user, even when moving around, as well as other innovations such as RightLight 4 that automatically corrects substandard lighting.

Zone Vibe headphones combine performance and comfort

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Logitech Zone Vibe series are the first wireless headphones to combine business-grade performance with comfort, style, and affordability. Available in Graphite, Off-White, and Rose colors, they are designed for comfort and all-day collaboration.

They weigh just 6.5 ounces and feature soft-on-the-touch knitted fabric and memory foam. Check out the Zone Vibe 100, Zone Vibe 125, and Zone Vibe Wireless.

For teams outfitting employee workstations and home offices, Brio series is plug-and-play, compatible with most video conferencing platforms and certified for Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, and Zoom. Logitech Sync integration with Brio 505 allows IT admins to update the firmware and troubleshoot problems, so that hybrid teams can collaborate hassle-free.

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Zone Vibe Wireless offers enterprise-grade audio and a device that’s easy to use and looks stylish, so users will no longer have to trade “Looking Good” for “Sounding Good.” With the ability to push updates through Logi Tune and Logitech Sync, as well as compatibility with video conferencing platforms, the IT Team will have fewer hassles and help desk tickets to manage.

Low carbon footprint

Brio 500 series and Zone Vibe headphones are certified carbon neutral, which means the carbon impact of the products have been reduced to zero thanks to Logitech’s investment in carbon-offsetting and removal projects. The plastic parts in Brio 500 include certified post-consumer recycled plastic: 68% for graphite and black and 54% for off-white and rose. Zone Vibe is made with a minimum of 25% recycled plastic.

​Both product families are packaged using paper that comes from FSC-certified forests and other controlled sources.

Available online and at local shops

The Brio 500 webcam and Zone Vibe 100 headphones are priced at PHP 7,995 and PHP 6,095, respectively. Brio 500 webcam series, Zone Vibe 100 and Zone Vibe 125 headphones are now available at the Logitech Official Store in Shopee, Lazada, and at partner outlets.

  • PC Express
  • Silicon Valley
  • DataBlitz
  • Octagon
  • Electroworld
  • Complink
  • iTech
  • Techwarez
  • Gameone
  • Interpace Computer Systems
  • GameXtreme
  • Gameline
  • TTI
  • GameOne
  • DynaQuest PC
  • Digi-Serv Solutions
  • Concept Computer
  • DFE (Davao Futurebright Enterprises)
  • Villman
  • PCWorx
  • Abenson
  • Digistore
  • Greenware

For more information, visit the Logitech website and official Facebook Page.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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