The way we work has undergone a massive shift, and with it we have been forced to focus on a tech that didn’t matter much before – webcams. For years, this small camera sat on top of the monitor or laptops without anyone giving it a second glance. But since last year, they have become an integral part of endless virtual meetings, and let’s be honest most of them are not cut out for this task. To save us from grainy videos is the new Dell UltraSharp 4K webcam, which uses AI to keep you in frame and looking good. The webcam looks like a scope on a sniper rifle, and it features an 8.3MP Sony STARVIS CMOS sensor with support for up to 4K UHD at 30fps. It comes preloaded with an AI-backed Auto-Framing feature to keep users in focus, and also a software-backed feature for noise reduction. There’s support for macOS as well as Windows 10, and Windows Hello. The one big thing missing is a built-in microphone. The Dell UltraSharp 4K webcam is now on sale worldwide, including in India for ₹18,999.