Video game live-streaming has become an increasingly popular activity as of late. Hence, it is not surprising to see the famed gaming peripherals maker Razer has been coming out with products to tackle this market including the new Kiyo camera and Seiren X microphone.
Right off the bat, the new Razer Kiyo has been claimed as the first desktop camera in the world to come with adjustable ring light. There are apparently 12 levels of brightness on the ring light with color temperature rating of 5600K and 10 lux brightness at 1m.
Kiyo is capable of delivering 720p video output at 60fps as well as 1080p at 30fps and 4MP (2688×1520) still images. The USB-based camera is also equipped with an omni-directional microphone and game streamers should be happy to know that Kiyo is compatible with popular game streaming program such as Open Broadcaster Software and XSplit.
For those who prefer to have dedicated microphone, Seiren X could be perfect for the job. According to Razer, the new USB condenser microphone is apparently the first in the world to come with built-in shock mount.
Featuring a 25mm condenser capsule with supercardioid pickup pattern, it also comes with a 3.5mm headphone port for seamless monitoring. The removable desk stand helps Seiren X maintain its portability.