The Razer Kiyo can be the best webcam for conference room for three reasons: resolution, lighting, and built-in mic. In fact, those features even make it on the list for the best webcam for YouTube as well. Experience the clarity of 1080p, with a ring light and superb low-light performance to further enhance video quality.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Razer Kiyo\r\nFor the fledgling streamer and YouTuber, the Razer Kiyo is the perfect package. You get everything you need to start your adventure: good lighting, a basic microphone, and sharp 1080p video resolution.\r\n\r\nType, Lens, Size & Weight\r\nThe lens isn\u2019t much to look at with a max focal length of 1, and its FOV is somewhat narrow (80 degrees). It\u2019s wide enough to fit one person comfortably. The Razer Kiyo weighs 10.6 ounces and 3.66 x 5.08 x 1.06-inches, which is pretty small and easily portable.\r\nResolution & Display\r\nResolution definitely falls under the \u201chigh quality\u201d umbrella, with several options to choose from. You could shoot in 1080p at 30fps or 720p at 60fps, though neither are close to 4K on the Logitech Brio. More importantly, its auto-focus is lighting-fast. Equally impressive is its auto-light correction. Even with a bit of natural lighting there\u2019s hardly any recognizable grain or dark shadows. Best of all: it has a ring light with several brightness options.\r\nTripod & Image Stability\r\nThe base isn\u2019t particularly sturdy. It sits just fine on top of monitors and laptops, but any sudden movements to the surface of your area might dislodge it from its position. The Logitech C922X Pro supports tripods.\r\nOptical Zoom, Microphone, Audio & Storage\r\nRazer Synapse software doesn\u2019t have zoom for the Razer Kiyo, but if you grab a plug-in for OBS, you can fiddle with its digital zoom; otherwise it isn\u2019t immediately available. It also lacks internal storage. The worst aspect is definitely the painfully basic microphone. Quality isn\u2019t so much a concern as volume. You have to be close, but you\u2019re better off using something external.\r\nValue\r\nThe Razer Kiyo is an admiral attempt at rolling all the necessary components you\u2019d need to start creating videos on YouTube or for high quality video calls. Those components are: camera, lighting, and microphone. You get all three of those, albeit in basic forms. Its visual quality is by far its greatest strength. For $90 though? That\u2019s a superb deal, but so is the Logitech C925E Webcam.\r\nRazer Kiyo Wrap Up\r\nIf you can look past the basic microphone, the Razer Kiyo is for you. It doesn\u2019t try to do more than it has to, but hits the most important fundamentals\u2014sound, resolution, and lighting\u2014in a neat little package. You can shoot in an ideal 1080p, with decent lighting, and great low-light performance.