If you had a vpad you could connect your camera and use it as the input camera for vp. you can connect any video source to the input (vcr. digital camera, etc)Ha, I ain't kidding! Nevertheless, I have no problem with VP-200 such as connection, settings.. But VP's camera is CHEAP VGA, blurr, bad pixels like WEBCAM (VGA) PC! I wish that use my own sony (digtial) video camera plug into VP outlet instead of vp's C-H-E-A-P VGA camera.
Like I said, In eventually wait and see what the outcome of pros and cons comments about VPAD by customers.
have 1000 units at 900 AM and sold out at 530 PM my vpad not work no network connectHahahaha, nobody because they were sold out, remember? Lol....maybe they were able to order before the Expo closed and will get one in the mail?
Hmmm, I wonder how many they had at the beginning of the Expo?
DHB, Wow, thats very super-fine! Now I am complaint about the highest price..(I acts as crying-baby)..hahaha.Yea, no problemo.
I know only one brand that is best VP of all, no one of us can afford this nice Gizemo! Nothing beats this one. My work has it, and champ!
Its Polycom VP
VSX 7000s - Versatile Video Conferencing for Large Rooms - Products - Polycom
You should see that VP sitting on top of the TV, that is what Im talking about.
It has true Optical zoom, Machined moving around 180 degrees left to right, and about 80 degrees from bottom to top, I can't remember, but its ALOT more than what VP-200 got to offer. (VP-200 don't have any machine, nor optical zoom, just digital)
Cost? We can't afford that.
At least $4,000 dollars for that baby.
I don't believe VPAD can beat that either.
Yes, I witness and I was awe and impressed with this baby at my work.
DDD, Yeah, thats is right, right, right! Now I remembered VPAD can hook up with video camera, or anythings.. Many thanks for your words make my mind as refresh memory!If you had a vpad you could connect your camera and use it as the input camera for vp. you can connect any video source to the input (vcr. digital camera, etc)
Funny, CEO make clear on his quote from January.FYI, the wireless feature is seperate and optional feature. In order to get wireless, you will need to buy wireless USB access card from one of wireless vendor and pay monthly fee to them.
source"Our videophone will inaugurate the wireless age for VRS users," said Viable CEO and founder John T.C. Yeh. "We are literally introducing to our customers to an exciting, new technology standard that blows away every other videophone currently available."
must register before using VAPD not register to buySaid "The special price will be available only to people registered with Viable who will attend upcoming DeafNation Expo appearances."
mean, if I registered at website Viable now then go deafnation expo, will get $99 ????? NO?
becuase they never tell deaf people before about VPAD???