As the trend of live-streaming and remote work continues to flourish, Razer is introducing its new streaming lineup consisting of starter webcams and capture cards. These products aim to be the go-to gear for streamers who want to deliver high fidelity video streaming.
Razer Kiyo X USB Webcam
With the choice of either Full HD (1080P) at 30FPS or ultra-smooth 60FPS streaming limited at 720P, the Razer Kiyo X allows users to stay sharp with built-in AutoFocus. Aside from the capable hardware, customers will receive the complimentary Razer Virtual Ring Light software for flawless video calls or streaming sessions.
Utilising the PC monitor as a source of illumination, the software creates optimized lighting during video calls and streams. Streamers can also fully customise video settings thanks to Razer Synapse, with popular settings such as Auto/Manual focus selection and camera presets.
Razer Ripsaw X dedicated capture card
The Razer Ripsaw X Capable of video capture quality of up to 4K resolution at 30FPS, the Ripsaw X capture card answers the demands of users who expect maximum detail. Having both HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 support, the device delivers a near-zero latency connection with any compatible source device, including DSLRs and other hand-held cameras with HDMI output.
The said device requires minimal setup thanks to a plug-and-play interface and compatibility with popular streaming programs like Open Broadcaster Software and Streamlabs.
Availability and Pricing
If you are in the market for webcams from alternative brands, you might want to consider Verbatim’s work-from-home accessories.