Get a webcam like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s in the Amazon sale for only £10

When Prince Harry released his fun promo video for the Invictus Games, it wasn’t his orange tee and sweatpants that caught our eye, it was the cool piece of tech he was using to talk to the Netherlands team during the video.

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Megan Markle’s husband could be seen using a nifty clip-on webcam for his conference call. And although you couldn’t see the exact brand he was using, it looks almost identical to this one we tracked down on Amazon.

Joyaccess webcam, was £15.78 now £10.41 / $17.99, Amazon


And the great thing is, it’s currently in the sale for a steal – £15.78 reduced to £10.41 – rude not to really! US customers can also snap it up for $17.99.

Sure, you could just use your laptop’s camera. But as Harry knows, if you want to get a crystal clear, sharp image – one of these webcams is a must.

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The Joyaccess clip-on camera delivers 1080p full HD quality at 30 frames per second. Plus it has an autofocus and face tracking device which meant that when Harry stood up to make his wardrobe change for the funniest part of the video, the camera followed his every move.

You certainly don’t have that function on your laptop camera, neither do you have the option of automatic light correction and facial-enhancement technology to make you look your best. It’s also got a built-in noise reduction dual microphone, so your voice will also be crystal clear.

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WATCH: See Prince Harry’s webcam in action

The great thing about this model is it’s super easy to use, you don’t need to download any additional software – just plug it into your USB port and you’re good to go.

It’s compatible with Windows and Mac and for the social media types out there, it works with Facebook, Yahoo, Skype, OBS, YouTube, Twitter, Twitch, and pretty much any other app you can think of.

We can just imagine Harry and Meghan using this to video call from LA with the British side of the family to coo over the new babies, can’t you?

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