I bought some of these as cheap USB mics for video calls and recording youtube videos in very basic studios. My mum has one and the other is on loan.
They are NOT large diaphram condensers, they are a small condenser in a large case. Still, they have a much larger capsule than you'd find in your webcam and the sound is very full and balanced.
I think my mum described it best as "that sounds like you rather than you on the telephone or you pretending to read the news" I think i should clarify that some as I tend to use whatever studio mic i have to hand when I make a youtube or a videocall and tend to have a very radio shock-jock or newsreader sound set up, it's very clear but it's also a "sound" rather than natural me. I'm not trying to say this is an AT4035, U87, or something I'd use to record a singer but it's not particularly flavoured either.
It's only 16 bit, which is enough for video call purposes, and it can do 44.1 and 48kHz but no better.
I wish it had an internal preamp booster, as it can be a bit quiet at times, easy enough to sort but sometimes required a bit of lateral thinking and it's maybe a a bit quiet used unprocessed.
But it's riduculously cheap and absolutely slays the competition at this price.