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front-facing camera (redirected from front-facing Webcam)
front-facing cameraA camera in a laptop, tablet, smartphone or desktop computer monitor that has the lens facing the user on the same side as the screen. Also called a "selfie camera" in a mobile device or a "Webcam" in a laptop, a front-facing camera is required to make video calls. Contrast with rear-facing camera. See Webcam, selfie and video calling.
|Front and Rear|
|These tablet specs show five megapixels (MPs) for the rear camera but only two for the front. Camera photos might be printed; however, Webcams are typically used for Facetime and Skype, and 2 MP is more than adequate.|
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2 MP front-facing camera, whereas the MacBook Air (2014) houses a 720p front-facing webcam
Naturally, you get a front-facing webcam
built into the top of the screen.
11b/g wireless networking and a 3-megapixel camera on the rear, but no front-facing webcam
3-megapixel front-facing webcam
, TouchPad also offers video calling capability.