NexiGo N940E (Gen 2) 60FPS Zoomable 1080P Webcam with Remote Control, Magnetic Privacy Cover, Adjustable Brightness, Noise Reduction Mics, for Zoom Skype Teams, Black

Regular price $146.97

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SKU: E-10181

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • 【60fps for Smooth Streaming】The NexiGo N940E webcam is designed with 1080p FHD at up to 60 frames per second. The smooth, fluid video keeps up with your every move.
  • 【ePTZ with Remote Control】Easily pan, tilt, or zoom the webcam via remote control. Adjust the image to best suit your needs, even while you¡¯re in a video conference.
  • 【Three Levels of Adjustable Brightness】The built-in ring light provides three levels of adjustable brightness with simple touch controls. Choose your preferred brightness level to find the best lighting for every situation.
  • 【Magnetic Privacy Cover】The webcam also comes with a magnetic privacy cover, which helps to provide security and peace of mind when you're not using your device.
  • 【Widely Compatible】You can use the N940E in applications such as Skype, Zoom, and most other conferencing or recording applications. It's compatible with Windows XP/7/8/10/11, Mac OS 10.7 or above, Android V4.0 or above, Linux 2.6.24 or above, Ubuntu Version 10.04 or above, Chrome OS 29.0.1547 or above.

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Brand NameNexiGo
Item Weight7.8 ounces
Product Dimensions2.64 x 1.02 x 3.27 inches
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberN940E BLK
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesLow Light
Date First AvailableApril 20, 2022
AvailabilitySold Out
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 09, 2022
The picture quality was decent. Audio seemed okay. When I tried to record, the video would freeze around the 40-60 second mark. Audio continued to record. The remote worked as expected for about five minutes, then the camera would either not respond or respond with the wrong command. For example, I'd try to zoom in and the brightness would go up. And as a design flaw, why is there no button to trigger the camera on the remote? Or to start recording video? The ring light had 3 settings, there wasn't much difference between the last two and none of them were terribly bright. tl;dr I wasn't expecting much for the price point. I'm just real disappointed. Disappointed enough to write a review, and that's a lot coming from a guy as lazy as I am. UPDATE NexiGo reached out to me not long after I posted my review and wished to send me a new camera. I really appreciate that level of customer service so I told them that I would accept the new camera, try it out, and update my review appropriately. So they sent me another NexiGo N940E, as well as a NexiGo N960E. The N940E worked just about as well as the first one. The video froze after 40 seconds of recording. Even weirder, the light would randomly activate itself without my touching the camera. Needless to say, that was frustrating, but proves that the first was not a defective unit. For whatever reason, be it NexiGo's fault or my PC's fault, the N940E does not work on my Windows 10 based PC. I have an older GPU, maybe that's why. The N960E however has worked wonderfully so far. The picture is clearer, and the ring light actually makes quite a difference. It recorded up to two and a half minutes without any issue which leads me to believe that whatever was going wrong with my original purchase will not happen with this upgrade. If I had more time to test the camera and verify that it will record without issue for a few more minutes, I would go ahead and change my 1 star to a 5 star. I will endeavor to do that in the future. For now, I bumped it up to a 4 star because I really appreciate the way NexiGo handled this. I will gladly send back my two N940Es if they reach out with a return address/label. tl;dr If you're on the fence about buying one of these cameras, go ahead and give it a shot. This manufacturer genuinely cares about satisfying their customers and if your product doesn't work as intended, they'll work with you.
Reviewed on May 28, 2022
I have 2 Nexigo Web cameras, with the N940E Zoomable one being my most recent, and the N60 being my older one. The N940E is generally an improvement over the N60 on paper but is probably geared more towards business applications than casual video chats, or streaming. The primary difference between using the two cameras comes down to the remote included with the N940E. The remove lets you zoom the image in and out, mirror/flip the webcam's image, control the brightness of the image, and pan around when zoomed in. Pros: - The remote makes using the N940E easier than having to change settings like zoom and brightness in the Nexigo Software on your computer. Most common features in the software can be controlled by the remote. - The ring light has 3 brightness settings, and it gets pretty bright. - The N940E has a wider lens and shows better images in bright conditions (Compare outside the window in the included pictures). Cons: - The brightest light level on the ring light can be pretty hard to look at when sitting just a desk's depth away. - Turning on, off, or changing the ring light's brightness can ONLY be done by tapping on the thin black ring between the camera in the center, and the ring light around the edge of the camera. There is no button on the remote to control or cycle through the brightness levels. Other: - Not really a pro or a con for me, but the N940E has a magnetic cover for the camera that you can attach to the back, compared to the N60 having a flip cover that slides onto the web camera itself. I feel like the magnetic cover is a bit of a gimmick, but it doesn't interfere with using the camera at all, and having it included to block the camera while not in use is nice. Overall, I'm happy with the N940E over the N60. I would like to see it improve by having the ring light be able to be controlled or cycled via at least a single button on the remote. Given the higher price of the N940E vs something like the N60, I feel like the N940E is better suited towards people that need to do frequent video calls for meetings, and would have a need for a ring light more often. Not being able to control the ring light from the remote makes the remote feel less useful than it could be, though. It can be especially jarring if you need to change the brightness mid-call, and need to try and avoid tapping too close to the camera.
Reviewed on July 24, 2022
So I use my laptop often as a desktop. I have an external keyboard, an external mouse, and a nice monitor. I just needed a camera to web chat with. This camera works perfectly with my MacBook Pro. Integrates perfectly with Xoom, Microsoft Teams, and Messenger. The light ring is kind of cool too, I like how it lights things up nicely even in a darker environment. The picture is really good, crisp and clear, and the available settings in the Nexigo app make it highly customizable. I even love the little magnetic cover that comes with the camera so nobody is spying on me when I'm not using the camera. The only problem, and this is something that is worth knocking off two stars, is that the light comes on all on its own. It will cycle through the low-medium-high-off all on its own. I have tried cleaning it, wiping it with a microfiber, nothing works. It just turns on and cycles through all on its own.
Reviewed on July 23, 2022
This camera has all the features I was looking for- zooming in and out, brightness controls, and the ability to make me look amazing on a zoom call. The filters work great with this camera! :) The only downside is that the remote does not work all the time. It works most of the time. If I pull the battery and reposition it I can usually get it to "wake up" and even if it doesn't work for a call the camera is still waaaaaay better than the one on my laptop. I feel like all it needs is a firmware update. We shall see.
Reviewed on September 14, 2022
Would be better if the ring light would stay off when turned off vs being on some auto feature.
Reviewed on September 22, 2022
I love mine. But, it is difficult to get a good position when the tripod is too big to sit on desk.
Reviewed on August 12, 2022
The camera/ picture/ video quality is not the best i saw but its better then my laptop's camera. Not sure if it worth the price.
Reviewed on August 13, 2022
I like it over all but it doesn't play nicely with non USB3 ports. Great value nonwithstanding that issue.