Kinobo B8 (Webcam, USB, Mikrophone)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The Kinobo B8 is supported under Linux (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu or ElementaryOS). The webcam is automatically recognized and activated by the Linux kernel.
However, the video feed is processed very slowly which created an annoying lag in video conferences.
creation date: 02/08/2014, last update: 02/08/2014 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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