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While a handful of PC makers are starting to ship laptops with built-in webcams that aren’t entirely awful, if you’re not lucky enough to have one of those models (or have a desktop), then you may want to pick up a USB webcam for video conferencing, live streaming, or keeping in touch with friends and family across the globe.

And right now two Razer webcams are on sale for well below their list prices. Amazon is selling the Razer Kiyo with a built-in ring light for $59, and Newegg has the Kiyo Pro for $88 when you use the coupon SSBX2827. That model has a wide-angle lens, adjustable field of view, and support for higher frame rates. 

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  1. from what I remember of the reviews, the normal Kiyo just isn’t worth it. The pro performs better even in low light despite it not having a ring due to the better sensor

    1. PC Magazine’s indicates that the camera has excellent image quality; it’s the microphone that’s deficient (“soft and muddy” — I read that as “unusable”).

    2. I’ve been using a Pro for the last 6mo or so, I like it, though firmware upgrades (and even some configuration) can only be done under Windows (even though it works fine w/ macOS and Linux otherwise). If you don’t have a Windows machine to do that with, it could be pain.