Insiders also said that one of the webcams would support Windows Hello authentication. If so, it would be the first time Microsoft has offered the feature on a separate camera. You have so far had to buy a Surface computer if you wanted the company's official approach to be recognized.
It is not clear when the cameras will be launched, although one of them is apparently "business-oriented" and can be a company of the Surface Hub 2. However, if things go, Microsoft's return may be welcome. Logitech is currently the biggest name in town when it comes to webcams, and this could give it some new competition.