Our pals at Engadget Chinese first caught sight of these webcams way back at Computex earlier this year, but it looks like Asus' AF-200 and MF-200 cams are just now rolling out, at least in some parts of the world (exactly where isn't clear). Not surprisingly, there's not a whole lot that's changed since we last saw 'em, with each model boasting a 2 megapixel resolution, face-tracking, and a business card holder that'll let you line things up just right to take advantage of Asus' business card recognition software. The only difference between the two, it seems, is added auto focus on the AF-200 model. Still no word on a price for either one, unfortunately, but we'd expect to see these popping up for sale before too long.

[Thanks, Michele]

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