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With everyone video-conferencing over the last few months, webcams have been a hot ticket. But that means they’ve been selling out left and right…until now.
Luckily, webcams are back in stock and this little guy caught our eye. The Aukey webcam can do it all for just $60 at Amazon. Why get a webcam? A good one offers clearer, more detailed video than your computer camera, and can even balance the light to eliminate shadows.
Sharp video quality
Equipped with a high definition shooter at 1080p, this Aukey Webcam captures sharp, smooth video with a wide 65-degree viewing angle. It’s ideal for Skype, Zoom, Apple FaceTime, Google Meet and other video conferencing apps. The webcam has a light correction feature that can help if you’re in a dimly lit room. Say goodbye to dark and shadowy video calls!
“The quality is stunning and it’s so easy to use: Just plug it into a USB port, mount it on your screen and you’re done. I’ve loved using this one so far—it does well at balancing light and taking the video you need,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer.
Two built-in stereo speakers double as a pair of microphones, so video calls will sound as good as they look.
Easy to use
Best of all? The Aukey webcam is ‘plug and play,’ so there’s no need to install special software or calibrate it—it does it automatically.
“I needed a webcam for a series of virtual classes that I’m taking, and didn’t want one that was overly expensive or too technical,” added another satisfied shopper. “This webcam was perfect. It does connect with a USB cord, but was totally plug and play on my Windows OS system. The picture is sharp and clear, and the camera itself is versatile. I keep mine attached to my screen, but it can be mounted on a desk as well.”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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