During CES 2020, Elgato announced their latest video game capture card. Named the 4K60 S+, this latest capture card from Elgato promises to capture 4K HDR 10 footage at 60 frames per second with zero-lag passthrough.
What’s truly impressive though is that the 4K60 S+ can function completely without a computer and can directly to a power source while saving all recorded footage to an internal SD card. This means that it can be taken pretty much anywhere to record game footage, making it ideal for events or fast-pace gaming environments.
The 4K60 S+, like previous Elgato capture cards, can also connect to a computer to save the footage there or for streaming to an online service such as Facebook, Twitch, YouTube, or Microsoft’s Mixer video game streaming service.
Elgato’s 4K60 S+ is due for release in March at $399.99 and pre-orders are already open on Amazon.
Also during CES 2020 today, Elgato announced their Key Light Air, a new smart light designed for video game streamers. Pre-orders for the Elgato Key Light Air have yet to opened.
In addition to the 4K60 S+ and the Key Light Air, something called Project Wave was teases by Elgato which is due for release later this year. Specifics are unclear but it appears to be some kind of microphone or audio mixer device.
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