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(Pocket-lint) - Para ayudar a los millones de personas que trabajan desde casa y en videoconferencias a diario, Razer introdujo una cámara web a principios de 2021 llamada Kiyo Pro. Ahora esa misma cámara web está disponible con un gran descuento para el Black Friday, lo que la hace no solo más asequible, sino también a su precio más bajo.

El Razer Kiyo Pro tampoco se queda atrás. Es una cámara de 2.1 megapíxeles que puede capturar imágenes de 1080p a hasta 60 cuadros por segundo (o hasta 30 fps en modo HDR).

Razer Kiyo Pro: ahorre £ 111 / $ 100

The Kiyo Pro works with Razer's Synapse software, allowing you to adjust the field of view between 103, 90, and 80 degrees. Other features include a privacy cover and Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The only thing it's missing, in our opinion, is a built-in ring light. But Razer makes it seem like the camera's Sony 1/2.8-inch IMX327 sensor is well suited for dim lighting. 

The Kiyo Pro usually costs $200, which is $100 more than the standard Kiyo. But now it's nicely discount it's much more appealing.

It isn't exactly cheap for a webcam that doesn't support a built-in light or even 4K video capture and Windows Hello. It is a Razer product, however, so we suspect it'll still be one of the more in-demand, premium webcams available.

For a closer look at the best webcams on the market for video calls, check out Pocket-lint's guide here. There is a lot of competition out there to consider, including options from well-established players such as Logitech and Microsoft.

The Kiyo Pro works with Razer's Synapse software, allowing you to adjust the field of view between 103, 90, and 80 degrees. Other features include a privacy cover and Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The only thing it's missing, in our opinion, is a built-in ring light. But Razer makes it seem like the camera's Sony 1/2.8-inch IMX327 sensor is well suited for dim lighting. 

The Kiyo Pro usually costs $200, which is $100 more than the standard Kiyo. But now it's nicely discount it's much more appealing.

It isn't exactly cheap for a webcam that doesn't support a built-in light or even 4K video capture and Windows Hello. It is a Razer product, however, so we suspect it'll still be one of the more in-demand, premium webcams available.

For a closer look at the best webcams on the market for video calls, check out Pocket-lint's guide here. There is a lot of competition out there to consider, including options from well-established players such as Logitech and Microsoft.

Escrito por Maggie Tillman. Publicado originalmente el 23 Febrero 2021.