Vidlok Auto Webcam Pro W90 could be the perfect webcam for you

Vidlok Auto Webcam Pro W90

Just few days ago we have highlighted very interesting audio set of gadgets for streaming with Vidlok Live Streams Kits. And today we can follow up on the video front, becaused we will take a look at the very interesting Vidlok Auto Webcam Pro W90. It can be used as a serious streaming webcam, but of course it will handle all the usual daily needs like video conferencing, video calls with chats, online courses and much more. So let’s get down to it.

Vidlok Auto Webcam Pro W90 is one of the best cost effective models in the market and have quite some perks to show. For starters it can rely on Sonix W88s chipset, which is considered to be superior to the more prevalent Mstar chipsets in other products from the competition. And Vidlok plans to challenge models like Logitech C920S or Logitech C525 with this model. With over 1 million sold units worldwide they can consider it quite a success already anyway.

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With this webcam you are getting smooth and high quality 1080P video with 30fps and 90-degree field of view. Built-in HD autofocus goes hand in hand with auto white balance and auto color correction, so you will be getting the best possible quality of the video. Of course it also has a built-in microphone with noise cancelling function. Vidlok Auto Webcam Pro W90 supports super easy Plug&Play installation and with multi-functional bracket you can place it anywhere and rotation is just the cherry on top. Wide software and system support is a given too, so this model just can’t disappoint.


Guys from Vidlok are experts in the field, founded in October 2015 by product head from LONGCHEER Technology and based in Shanghai. Their portfolio has several very interesting products, so it’s a good idea to check their website for more information or keep track of news on their Facebook page. You never know if something out there is not going to pick your interest.

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