MacBook camera not cutting it? Try a 1080p webcam instead.

TL;DR: Upgrade your video call quality with this 1080p HD Webcam, on sale for $36.99 — a 53% discount — as of July 16.

For the price tag that comes with either the 2020 MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, it’s pretty disappointing that the FaceTime camera resolution is still a measly 720p. Camera quality has been a common complaint among Mac owners — and Apple hasn’t really addressed the issue.

Sorry, Apple, but in our video chat-heavy world, 720p just isn’t going to cut it. So, what’s the solution? This 1080p HD Webcam with an adjustable oval LED ring light should do the trick.

No need for extra software or drivers — this webcam easily connects to your computer thanks to its plug-and-play setup and delivers a smooth, vivid stream with 1080p resolution. It also features a built-in noise-reducing omnidirectional microphone, so your coworkers, friends, fellow gamers, or followers can hear you loud and clear. Plus, there’s an adjustable ring light attached to help you put your best face forward. There’s built-in automatic low light correction and automatic focus, but the ring light features three manual brightness settings as well.

Whether you’re looking for a way to improve your video feed during your team meetings, social media streams, online courses, game nights, or virtual happy hours, this webcam’s adjustable lighting, fast transmission rates, and HD resolution are sure to impress. Just connect it to the top of your screen, plug it in via USB, and you’re ready to go. 

Usually, you’d pay $79 for this add-on webcam, but for a limited time, you can save more than 50% and upgrade your grainy videos for just $36.99.

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