Razer unveiled the Kiyo Pro webcam. With a scope beyond the gaming world, it has the Adaptive Light Sensor as its main novelty.
We live in an age marked by teleworking. And this has awakened a long-dormant problem: the poor quality of the cameras in our portable computers. Razer seems to be aware of this need and seeks to reach a wider audience through Kiyo Pro. It presents itself as an option for anyone in a teleworking situation, namely with the Adaptive Light Sensor, which comes to fill the poor lighting in the rooms and rooms around this world.
It is clearly a product more geared to the lifestyle in general, not so much to the gaming lifestyle, which has recently been the brand name. Kiya Pro also promises a 1080p resolution at 60FPS and is now available through the Razer website.