Razer Kiyo X Full HD Streaming Webcam: 1080p 30FPS or 720p 60FPS - Equipped with Auto Focus - Fully Customizable Settings - Flexible Mounting Options - Compact & Portable - Plug & Play

Regular price $158.14

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SKU: E-30031

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 04

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  • 1080p 30FPS or 720p 60FPS: Crisp, clear, vibrant—capture your setup and personality in great visual fidelity that makes your content even more enjoyable to watch, or switch to 720p 60FPS for an ultra-smooth video
  • Equipped with Auto Focus: The Razer Kiyo X is smart enough to maintain focus on you at all times, so you’ll never have to worry about looking blurry as you move about, change position, or show objects to the camera
  • Fully Customizable Settings: Toggle between Auto and Manual focus, choose between various image presets, or create your own profiles by tuning its Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, and White Balance all through Razer Synapse 3
  • Flexible Mounting Options: Get the perfect angle every time with a stable webcam mount that sits snugly on your monitor, can be tilted up or down, or detached so that the webcam can be mounted on a tripod
  • Compact and Portable: The webcam’s compact foldable form hardly takes up any space in your backpack, while its USB 2.0 connection makes it easy to set up no matter where you’re streaming from
  • Plug & Play: The Kiyo X works right out of the box with Razer Synapse 3 and is compatible with popular streaming platforms

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
BrandRazer
SeriesKiyo X
Item model numberRZ19-04170100-R3U1
Hardware PlatformPC
Item Weight10.8 ounces
Product Dimensions3.19 x 3.35 x 2.54 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH3.19 x 3.35 x 2.54 inches
ColorBlack
Rear Webcam Resolution2.1 MP
ManufacturerRazer Inc.
Country of OriginChina
Date First AvailableSeptember 30, 2021
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on February 23, 2022
I don't know much about webcams and streaming but i'm mainly a zoom and teams user and that's where i have to be on camera. It is a simple work related environment and i think this does the job excellently. I don't need all the special bell and whistles to do my job but i do like an aethetics to feel good about what i have. And, this no different. Razer has really nice looking tech and this mid tier webcam is amazing. 1080p at 30fps is good enough to talk to my boss and team members. I don't need them to see my blemishes nor point out food on my shirt or whatever. Tho, this camera has really good picture quality in my opinion. i think the 60fps would be nice but at the 1080p. Is it worth the extra $20 when the pro is on sale? not in my use case... i can get away like a bandit with this camera setup and still have $20 for the arm or base for it, which i used. So value wise, i have spent $100 on a camera and mount that will take my work calls to the next level. No more Laptop cameras and noisy pictures. And, like i said the aesthetics of things are really important to me but not sacrificing the quality. I think Razer did a great job with this webcam and i'm happy i was able to pick this up. the Setup was excellent and with Windows10 you can change some of the minor settings through there without needing the Razer app. I think if you need to fine tune then you can take advantage of that, but i'm happy with the default setting right out from the box.
Reviewed on August 30, 2022
It works!!
Reviewed on August 26, 2022
First impressions are good. Will check over time if things remain the same. Firmware update tool doesnt really work but i guess its updated already
Reviewed on May 13, 2022
I'd seen reviews of the Kiyo Pro and assumed that both it and the Kiyo came with a lens cover. They don't and here's the thing: Razer doesn't sell that accessory for the Kiyo X. So if you want a bit of privacy without reaching behind your computer to unplug the cable (which is permanently attached on the camera side), you'll either have to (i) find a template for a lens cover and print it on a 3D printer or (ii) pay a ridiculous price on etsy or eBay. BTW: Most covers on etsy fit the first Kiyo or the Pro, but not the X. The only ones that fit this camera are around $25 ($12.00 to buy and, supposedly, $13 to ship). The lack of any provision for privacy at $89 in 2022 was the deal-breaker for me. Additionally, the lens and resolution quality on the X aren't as good as on the Pro. Also, the Pro can be swiveled from left to right and its USB cable is detachable. At the usual $10 difference in price, you will lose money and quality if you choose the X. One caveat: prices can change. If you're looking at the Kiyo X right now (5.12.22), it's $20 cheaper than the Pro. Usually, the difference is $10. So if you *really want* lower-quality video at 1080p, a cable you can't remove, no left-to-right orientation and no accessories whatsoever, you can pay only slightly more by buying the X on Amazon and a 3D-printed lens cover on Etsy. I hope that helps you! With the Pro, there's a firmware issue you can search for and read about. I found a way around that issue and will post my method in an Amazon review for that webcam.
Reviewed on February 13, 2022
Very badass webcam in terms of speed, ease of use, and quality. The only thing is that it doesn't capture light well. I can literally shine my daylight lamp or ring light directly on my face and if I'm not directly aligned with the camera, I will appear dark and not fully visible. Tested with zoom, Skype, and Microsoft teams and it's the same on every platform. Otherwise it's great
Reviewed on April 30, 2022
I bought this because I saw a colleague on a video call and was blown away by the crisp, accurate picture and had to get one for myself. I've tried half a dozen different webcams, and not a single one comes close to the quality of the kiyo in any price tier I could find. The one gripe I have is that without the ring light, you will need some sort of ambient lighting. Otherwise a perfect product.
Reviewed on April 08, 2022
I use a dell monitor and got tired of turning my head to the side for my MacBook camera. It works pretty well on zooms. It doesn’t work out of the box for Apple photo apps like photo booth but I think you can download an app to make it work.
Reviewed on February 10, 2022
This webcam seems quality enough. Not amazing, or anything but pretty good. If you are looking to gain some control over things like exposure, color, etc.. and you are a Mac user then do NOT buy this. Razer does not support Mac. I returned it. Also, if you buy a new MacBook Pro the built in camera is actually much better so you don't even need this one. Do we even need webcams anymore? The next level beyond this built in would be an actual camera with manual controls.