A streaming lamp to make you “beautiful”

Logitech continues to evolve its Logitech For Creators line. This time unveils the Logitech Litra Glow, a streaming lamp that aims to magnify you on the screen.

We know that in the small world of streaming, a good lamp is essential. For the beauty of the rendering on the screen, but also quite simply to showcase yourself. Because a bad lighting can very quickly serve you and bring a not very … gleaming atmosphere.

Logitech wants to make you more beautiful

Photo of the layers of the Logitech Litra Glow lamp.

This is where the Litra Glow lamp from Logitech comes in. The Logitech Litra Glow actually consists of a square and relatively compact light module with a side 9 cm for a total output of 250 lumens. Intensity and temperature can be adjusted via buttons on the back of the device. Handling is everything is also possible via the Logitech G Hub software, which Logitech peripheral enthusiasts are familiar with.

Litra technology

Photo of the Logitech lamp in action.

According to Logitech, the LED panel which is composed of multiple layers allows to diffuse a homogeneous and well diffused light. The goal is to avoid areas of overexposure, or on the contrary, too dark areas on your face or the subject. In other words, the lamp allows you to show off.

The supplied stand is fitted with a cable gland allowing a burr-free installation, thus avoiding the need for amateurs of cable management to blow a hose. If the lamp is designed to sit on a screen, it can also be attached to another mount with a 1/4 inch screw thread.

On the connectivity side, the Logitech Litra Glow uses a simple USB port. It comes with a USB Type-A connector on one side and USB Type-C on the other. This Litra Glow LED lamp will be available from January 26 at a price of 69 euros on Amazon.