Microsoft may launch 4K webcam with facial recognition in 2019 [Rumor]

THE Microsoft should take a big step towards the popularization of technology Windows Hello in 2019. According to information from the website Thurrott, the company is working on a 4K webcam for Windows 10 with support for facial recognition.

According to the details, the main purpose of the new product to spread the technology Windows Hello. With the new product, any computer can have the security feature. In addition, the supposed product would also be compatible with the Xbox One and would bring features already in the discontinued Kinect.

The rumor does not give in-depth details about the composition of the camera, but indicates that the device should look similar to the model presented with the Surface Hub 2, which has a USB Type-C webcam.

Another factor that points to a consumption model of the Surface Hub 2 camera is a Panos Panay interview with The verge in October. At the time, the head of the Surface division commented on the subject. "Look at the USB-C-based Surface Hub 2 camera, and the idea that we can bring a camera with high fidelity experience, you can probably imagine that this will happen."

The launch of Microsoft's new 4K resolution webcam is expected next year, but we still don't have concrete details about when this should happen. The CES takes place from January 8 and can be the stage of presentation of the novelty.

Via: Thurrott. [TagsToTranslate] microsoft

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