Skype is VOIP company which is not going to be left behind and they have now announced that they will be supporting high definition video calling, but this will be in its beta which is for Windows (version 4.2). Skype users will be able to have 720p HD video calling at 1024 x 768 pixals at the rate of up to 30 fps.
But this is not it, as Skype users will also need to have a HD webcam, which are going to be released sometime in 2010. The cost of HD webcams will be anything between $69 to $140 and are available from the SkypeShop. Although the price is quite costly but its worth the money spent for those who use video calling and want clarity in their video calls.
Unfortunately this is not the only requirement you also need a 1.8 GHz dual core processor and internet speed which is quite fast, its only by these requirements that you can get the best results.