Intel PC Camera. I think the later ones went by Easy PC Camera and ProShare, which was also the name for their earlier webcams that was just a composite NTSC camera and a bundled capture card. The thumbwheel is a focus adjustment. The Microphone isn't really part of the camera.Item 1 is an Intel webcam.
I liked those cameras. They had a better image quality than the Logitech QuickCam and worked fine with MSN Messenger and NetMeeting.
Yep. Let you put a phone jack anywhere you had a wall outlet. Worked somewhat well for phones and low-speed data but that was it. With modern switchmode supplies and cheap electronics I've heard these can't tolerate the line noise in a modern house.Item 3. RCA Wireless Phone Jack System. "Instant phone jack near your TV for easy RCA DSS receiver hookup." NIB. I can't figure out what this does. Does it use your house's internal electric wires to extend your home phone line?
Depending on who you got your receiver from, DSS (Digital Satellite Service, AKA the mini-dishes that started popping up in the 90's) receivers needed a phone line for program guide updates or routine key updating. RCA sold receivers for DirecTV from the beginning and also had other accessories you could buy separately, such as RF remote controls, X10 interface adapters and phone line extenders.