Wednesday, 20 November 2013

The best ways to video chat on your TV


Video chat services are the easiest way to interact with friends and family members. There are various services like Skype through which you can stay in touch with your loved ones.


Ways to get Skype and other video chat services on your TV:

By just making account on Skype, video chats can be done for free. In fact, its premium subscription plan offers support for video chats with up to 10 people.


By buying Skype-ready smart TV, you can get a video chat service on your TV. There are many manufacturers including Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Panasonic, LG, Toshiba, Vizio, and Elite that offer Skype service already installed.

Blu-ray player

Also, you have other alternatives like Blu-ray players which involve Skype service. From the companies like Sony and Panasonic, Blu-ray players are certified as Skype-ready.


Furthermore, you need to buy Skype-ready all-in-one TV camera from TelyLabs or Logitech. These devices include wide-angle HD camera, microphones, an Ethernet port and Wi-Fi connectivity. These TV cameras are compatible with every HDTV. 

Xbox One

According to the announcement made by Microsoft, new Xbox One game console will include a built-in Skype client. This time Xbox One will enable you to play latest console games, Blu-ray discs, movies and TV shows. Most probably, Xbox One is going to be released on November 22, 2013.


Looking for the easiest method to Skype on your TV, nothing is more convenient than laptop. As you know that most laptops are equipped with integrated cameras thus, you just need to connect your computer to your TV using an HDMI cord. After this, launch Skype, sign in and begin a video chat.


Xbox 360

Microsoft is going to integrate this service into its Xbox 360 gaming console. Therefore, gamers can easily video chat with each other using the company’s Skype-like Video Kinect service. You can access the Video Kinect feature in the Apps folder.

PlayStation 3

Also, Sony PlayStation 3 console has the facility of video chatting. For this, you need PlayStation Network account, camera such as PlayStation Eye and a microphone or headset. You can access the video chat. feature from the main menu. This feature supports up to six people in a single video session. Moreover, Microsoft is planning to release Skype app for the upcoming PlayStation 4.

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