Today during CES, Elgato announced that it will release its newest capture card, the Elgato 4K60 S+ to the consumer market very soon. The company has released new details about the device, which will not require a PC to function, as well as SD Card support, true passthrough, and a $400 price tag.
Recording 4K HDR content is usually confined to production studios with hefty desktop rigs. Not anymore. Compact and portable, 4K60 S+ sports all the cutting-edge technology you need to record high-fidelity gameplay. Anywhere, even without a computer.
The HEVC chip on board 4K60 S+ touts the highest encoding performance possible. Now, you can record up to seven hours of action-packed 4K HDR gameplay to a 256GB SD card. Or record directly to your PC’s hard drive without overloading its CPU.
Whether broadcasting live or future proofing your archive, your gaming experience remains unaltered: stunning 4K HDR at 60 frames per second with absolute zero lag.
For those wanting to use their PC to use all that the card has to offer, the 4K60 S+ supports that as well:
Back at your workspace, connect via USB 3.0 and instantly elevate your Twitch or YouTube channel. 4K60 S+ works seamlessly with popular PC broadcasting apps, including OBS Studio.
Check out where to buy the capture card on the official website, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.