All the webcams that we are going to show you in this list have a USB connection and are completely Plug & Play, which means that you will not even have to install drivers to make them work on a Windows PC. Of course, all of them are also compatible with Skype or Teams, as well as Open Broadcaster Software and XSplit Broadcaster for your streaming broadcasts.
Logitech HD Webcam C930e
This webcam is an excellent alternative for any type of use you want to give it, since its CMOS sensor incorporates Full HD native resolution (it is also compatible with lower resolutions) and supports H.264 video compression. It features autofocus, 1080p x4 zoom, two built-in omni-directional microphones, and is capable of capturing a 90-degree field of view.
This Logitech webcam has a universal clip suitable for placing it on top of any type of monitor, has a USB 2.0 connector and includes an external shutter cover to maintain your privacy while you are not using it.
Owlotech Start Webcam
We are facing an extremely simple webcam model, and in fact its own name should already give you an idea of what to expect from this model: it is a “starter” webcam for beginners or rather less demanding users, so we cannot ask it a lot but really for less than 18 euros it will give you enough to make video conferences or record yourself while you play.
It has a native 720p resolution and is compatible with lower resolutions, it has automatic focus from 20 mm to infinity, it has a USB 2.0 connection and a universal clip to put it on top of any monitor. It also incorporates an omnidirectional microphone with a noise reduction system.
Owlotech Meeting Webcam
Something more advanced is this other model, which has a resolution of 3 Mpx (2048 x 1536 pixels, also compatible with Full HD and less than 30 FPS). It incorporates an omnidirectional microphone with noise cancellation and it is striking that it has a viewing angle of 110 degrees, so it is ideal for video conferencing. Of course, its connection is also USB 2.0 and has a universal anchor clip.
This webcam has a CMOS sensor capable of natively recording video at 1080p resolution and 30 FPS, with a viewing angle of only 70 degrees. It has an integrated omnidirectional microphone and universal anchor clip to be able to put it on any monitor, it has manual focus (be careful with this) and not automatic and what is automatic is the white balance.
This other Logitech webcam model is much simpler than the first one we have seen in this article, but it will still provide you with everything you need to video conference or record yourself while you play. Its CMOS sensor is capable of recording at 720p resolution and 30 FPS with a viewing angle of 60 degrees, it has a built-in microphone and the usual universal anchor clip.