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Get ready for virtual meetings with Lenovo's 500 USB webcam down to $33 today only

Lenovo 500 Usb
Lenovo 500 Usb

The whole work-from-home and school-from-home trend hasn't come to an end yet. If you've got some Zoom calls coming up and need to be on the screen, grab a great webcam at a super affordable price. One of Adorama's deals of the day is the Lenovo 500 USB webcam, and it's going for a low of $32.99 in this super deal (opens in new tab). The same camera is $55 at Amazon (opens in new tab), and the lowest price it has ever been on Amazon was a drop to $48. At some other retailers like Office Depot (opens in new tab) it's going for as much as $70. Adorama's price is a nice low that won't be around forever because the deal expires tonight.

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Shows your face in high-definition 1080p Full HD video. Even has facial recognition technology so it can detect your face, recognize you, and do all the logging in stuff for you. It's a plug-and-play device so you just need a USB port to hook up to.

Since this webcam connects easily via USB, it is basically a plug-and-play device. You won't need any extra software or anything just to get it working. It even comes with a USB-C to USB-A 2.0 cable that's about six feet long so you have some flexibility on where you can plug it in and set it up. Get the perfect angle so you look good in every video.

Speaking of which, the camera has a 75-degree wide angle lens. It can also pan and tilt up to 360 degrees. Use these features to your advantage. Just in case you can't quite get the camera exactly where you want it to go, you can pan or tilt it to get it just right. No one can see the camera, only you. So even if it's a little tilted, as long as you look good that's what really matters.

It can record in up to 1080p video and it has an internal slicing privacy shutter. The webcam is designed to work with Windows Hello and other similar programs. Lenovo backs up the webcam with a limited one-year warranty, too.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.