In the past whenever you needed to make that odd video call or host a video conference, a cheap webcam or the one built into your laptop’s display was enough to get the job done. They still are, but with the pandemic forcing people to work and study from home, some of you might realize that it’s time to upgrade your webcam.
If you’re looking for a new webcam that will take your video calls or live streams to the next level, then you might be interested to learn that Razer has announced its Kiyo Pro webcam. This webcam will come with an Adaptive Light Sensor and a CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology that will help improve on your webcam video.
According to Razer, the STARVIS technology is typically used in surveillance camera technology, so if it’s good enough to monitor your home, especially when it might not be well-lit, it should be more than capable of boosting your webcam’s performance. The Kiyo Pro will be able to stream at Full HD at 60 fps, or if you want better colors, it can also stream in HDR at 30 fps.
The Kiyo Pro will also come with a built-in stereo microphone and will be compatible with Windows 8 computers or newer. It will be priced at $200 and will is currently available for purchase via Razer’s website.