Face it, you typically look pretty frightening during Zoom calls and streaming webcam videos. Although we can’t physically make your face better, at least the new Windows-only Razer Kiyo Pro can help improve situational matters. It has an Adaptive Light Sensor and Starvis technology that makes things brighter, crisper, and overall way better than your computer’s crap cam. There’s also a 2.1MP sensor with 1080p resolution at 60fps, as well as a 30fps HDR mode. The capable lens provides three fields of view: 103°, 90°, and 80° to capture as much as you’re comfortable with. It can be mounted on a tripod or directly to a laptop or desktop display. Now, go exfoliate and moisturize.
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