Dell Video Chat Application Powered By SightSpeed

Posted: Jun 27 2008, 11:06am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:06am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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Dell has a new video chat application that is powered by SightSpeed. The Dell Video Chat program is bundled with the new Dell Studio laptops and allows people to chat via the computer and see who they are talking too.

The application isn’t limited to only users of Dell Studio notebooks. The application can be downloaded as an “invitee” client program from SightSpeed. The application allows for free and unlimited video chat, voice chat and text chat with anyone around the world.

Group video chat with up to 4 people is supported and the application can also be used to call normal phone for 2 cents per minute in the US and Canada. Users can purchase phone numbers from any area code and video mail with clips of up to 3 minutes can be recorded.

Via SightSpeed

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