Razer has gone pretty bananas with the Black Friday deals this year and they're not slowing down. If you're a budding streamer you'll be interested in these latest deals on the Kiyo webcam and Seiren X microphone, ideal to level up your broadcast while enjoying some strong discounts.
Light me up
Only $60 for one day only
If you're short on space for lighting your stream with, the Kiyo has the answer with it's surprisingly bright ring light built right in. You'll always be looking good!
The Razer Kiyo looks to solve the problem of poorly lit streams by integrating an adjustable ring light into the webcam. Despite its small size it's capable of being incredibly bright, and in even a fully dark room you're still able to illuminate your face adequately.
The camera itself is pretty good, too, with good clarity and contrast and up to 1080p or 60 FPS video. There's no software required, simply plug and play, and away you go. Normally the Kiyo is good value but down to just $60 it's a steal.
Down to $60 for one day only
With a built in shock mount the Seiren X is a great choice for streaming that doesn't need a large boom arm, while providing excellent quality sound.
Looking good is one part of a stream, but you want to sound your best, too. The Seiren X is a USB microphone, so it can be used with any PC without any additional hardware. It sounds good, it's compact, and most interestingly of all, it has a shockmount inside so you're not required to use a big arm and shock mount system.
I've been using both of these products for some time and absolutely adore both. The deals are only here until the end of the day, but for $120 combined you're getting a lot of impressive hardware that will certainly level up your stream.
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