Razer expands its streaming lineup to offer starter webcams and capture cards, the Kiyo X and the Ripsaw X, as go-to gear for up-and-coming streamers who want to deliver high fidelity video streaming.

The Razer Kiyo X USB webcam delivers the choice of either Full HD clarity or ultra-smooth 60FPS streaming, with either 1080p 30FPS or 720p 60FPS. With fully customizable settings in Razer Synapse, streamers can customize video settings on the fly while remaining sharp with built-in Auto Focus. The Razer Kiyo X comes with the complimentary Razer Virtual Ring Light software, a customizable lighting app that utilizes the PC monitor as a source of illumination, for optimized lighting during video calls and streams.

The Razer Ripsaw X dedicated capture card delivers brilliant video quality up to 4K resolution at 30FPS. Using both HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0, it provides a near-zero latency connection with maximum detail for content from any compatible source device, including DSLRs and other hand-held cameras with HDMI output. The Ripsaw X offers a plug-and-play capture card solution without having to install hardware directly into your PC tower, and is compatible with popular streaming programs.

For more information about the Razer Kiyo X, please visit https://www.razer.com/streaming-cameras/razer-kiyo-x.

For more information about the Razer Ripsaw X, please visit https://www.razer.com/streaming-capture-cards/razer-ripsaw-x.

The Kiyo X is available at $79.99 USD / 89.99€ MSRP at Razer.com and select retailers.

The Ripsaw X is available at $139.99 USD / 139.99€ MSRP at Razer.com.


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