Join your next Zoom call in 2K with Depstech's USB desktop webcam on sale for $15


Need a webcam and disappointed in the lack of options right now? No worries! Just grab the Depstech 2K USB desktop webcam with microphone on sale for $14.90 with the code 4TOLI9L5 at Amazon. Without the code the webcam is selling for $21, and that's already a discounted price considering it was going for as much as $28 in September. The drop to less than $15 is an all-new low as far as we can tell and the best deal we've seen.

Uses a 4MP CMOS sensor and can record in up to 1440p resolution at 30 fps. The built-in dual mics help reduce ambient noise and make your voice sound crystal clear. Has a 90-degree viewing angle so it can fully capture you even in dimly lit rooms.

This is a simple and effective way to improve your presence in your next video conference. If you're working from home or doing remote schooling or something like that and the webcam built into your laptop just isn't cutting it, upgrade quickly and easily today. If you've been waiting around for some of the top webcams to come into stock, you're going to keep waiting it looks like. Demand is just crushing Supply right now, so grabbing something inexpensive and convenient like the Depstech webcam is the way to go for the moment.

This is a USB webcam so it connects easily to any computer really. You won't need any drivers or special software to use it either. Just plug and play. It has a 4MP CMOS sensor that can record in resolutions up to 2560 x 1440 Quad HD at 30 frames per second. That means a sharp, crystal-clear image to make you look more professional whether you're video chatting, recording, or streaming.

The built-in double microphones are designed to give you the clearest vocals possible. With multiple mics, the webcam can isolate your voice from the ambient noise and provide some noise reduction so you sound more natural and stereophonic.

The lens also has a 90-degree viewing angle so it can capture everything no matter how close or far away you have to put it. You'll get automatic low light correction and HDR. Rotate the camera up to 360 degrees to find your optimal viewing angle.

John Levite
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.