Razer introduces new webcam with beauty light

Razer has been on a roll lately, introducing an array of new products like headphones for Xbox and an update to its Blade Stealth laptop. Today, the firm announced two new products in its broadcaster line with the Kiyo and Seiren X.

As you can tell from the image, the Kiyo is a webcam but features something a little different compared to other offerings. The webcam has an adjustable ring light that houses 12 white LEDs which can be adjusted between 12 degrees of brightness. It can also record footage up to 1080p at 30 frames per second.

As you might expect, the camera is compatible with some of the big name broadcasting software and will be priced at $99.99. While this does seem like an interesting concept, the webcam will most likely be aimed at amateur streamers since most professionals would most likely already have a lighting setup in their room or studio.

The Razer Seiren X is a USB microphone touted as "professional-grade" and features the "world's first inbuilt shock mount". The microphone features 25mm condenser capsules for optimal recording and a removable mount so that it can be positioned in a more flexible manner by being attached to booms or other similar products. The Seiren X will arrive priced at $99.99.

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Source: Razer via The Verge

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