The work-from-home life has become the norm for a lot of us in recent months, and it looks like it’s only going to continue for the forseeable future. That means a whole lot of Zoom and Microsoft Teams calls for work, school, and more.
That sudden shift led to a shortage in webcams at first. But if you’re looking to upgrade your setup, Amazon has a pretty solid deal going ahead of Black Friday that drops a GESMA webcam down to a cool $25. That’s down from its usual $35 price.
For the money, you’re getting a pretty good slate of specs that should help you look your best in your meetings. The camera supports 1080p HD video recording, and GESMA touts clear picture quality and good stabalization. There’s also built-in autofocus to keep you the center of attention.
Also on board are noise-canceling microphones to keep background noise to a minimum. That can come in handy if you’ve got kids playing in the other room, of course. All you need to start using it is a free USB port, and you’re good to go.
It’s a pretty simple webcam, but it should be good enough for most people fielding their meetings from home or learning online in the coming months. For just $25, it makes a pretty good pickup for the Black Friday holiday season. Of course, if you want to browse around and aren’t afraid of dropping a little more cash, check out our list of the best webcams for Windows PCs, too.
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