Xiaomi Mi TV Webcam With Privacy Shutter, Plug and Play Launched in India: Price, Features

The Mi TV WebCam is priced at Rs. 1,999 in the country.

Mi TV WebCam

Xiaomi has a huge portfolio of smart TV under the Mi TV lineup. The company is now launching a new accessory for its range of smart TVs. The TV WebCam is a new accessory that will enable video calling on Xiaomi TVs. In addition to smart TVs, it can also be used with laptops, streaming boxes, and PCs including Macs. The accessory attaches to the TVs, and other devices using a magnetic base. It has a 2MP sensor, comes with FHD resolution, and also has a physical privacy shutter. Let us take a detailed look at Mi TV WebCam India price, features, and specifications

Mi TV WebCam: Price and Availability

The MI TV WebCam is priced at Rs. 1,999 in the country, and will go on sale starting June 28th exclusively via mi.com, Mi Home, and Mi Studio.

Mi TV WebCam: Specifications and Features

The TV WebCam from Xiaomi looks very similar to the OnePlus TV Camera that launched recently in the country. It has a cuboidal shape, and metal build. The TV WebCam has 2MP resolution and a stereo dual microphone setup. It has fixed focus, and 71° field of view, and 1080p 25fps resolution. It also has a physical camera shutter to protect user privacy.

The MI TV WebCam is compatible with all Smart TV running Android TV 8 and above. While, if you want to use it with your laptop or PC, you must be running Windows 7 or above on your system. Xiaomi says that it is also compatible with device running MacOS. Users need to download Google Duo app on their smart TVs from Play Store, and grant the app necessary permissions.

It has a USB Type-C port, and comes with a Type-C to Type-A cable, the Type-A end can be simply plug into the USB port of smart TVs, or PC. It measures 80×35×67mm, and weighs 45.6grams. What do you think of the TV WebCam? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.