Back at this year’s CES event, Razer unveiled a new webcam called the Stargazer.

That was back in January.

Now a few months later, Razer has made the new webcam available to pre-order on their site for $150 in the US, down from the original $200 asking price.

For that, you get a webcam that can record footage at 60fps at 720p, or 30fps at 1080p.

But its most interesting feature is that it has dynamic background removal, which allows you to remove backgrounds from your recordings, allowing you to record footage from the webcam, without your background in the way, or without the need for a green screen.

It also features automatic noise cancellation with a dual array mic, 3D scanning, facial and gesture recognition, and a built-in clip for monitors and laptops.

It requires the following specifications on your PC to run:

– 6th generation Intel Core processor
– PC with a free USB 3.0 port
– 8GB of free hard disk space
– DirectX 9.0
– Intel HD graphics
– Windows 10
– 4GB memory
– Internet connection

You can find out more about the Razer Stargazer at the source link below, where you can also pre-order the webcam. It is expected that it will ship from September 21st, 2016.

Source: Razer

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