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Elgato updates 4K60 Pro capture card with HDR and a lower price

Elgato updates 4K60 Pro capture card with HDR and a lower price

Elgato is updating its 4K60 Pro capture card to version MK.2 with support for HDR and a huge price cut compared to the original.
The Perfect Starter Video-Capture Box

The Perfect Starter Video-Capture Box

AVerMedia’s Live Gamer Mini is a small, black box. Plug its USB cable into your PC. Run an HDMI cable from your game console to its HDMI in, then another HDMI from its HDMI out to your TV and monitor.
Which gaming headset to buy? A 2018 black Friday buyer’s guide

Which gaming headset to buy? A 2018 black Friday buyer’s guide

What are the best headsets and what are the best deals? We've picked out a few for you. Now, go finish your stuffing, and let's go shopping.
AVerMedia Live Gamer 4K vs. Elgato 4K60 Pro — the 4K capture-card showdown

AVerMedia Live Gamer 4K vs. Elgato 4K60 Pro — the 4K capture-card showdown

If you have a powerful enough PC, you are just about $300-to-$400 away from having the option to record beautiful 4K footage off of a PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One X, or separate gaming PC. That’s
AverMedia’s Live Gamer 4K capture card breaks the 2160p60 HDR barrier

AverMedia’s Live Gamer 4K capture card breaks the 2160p60 HDR barrier

Game-related video is a huge business online, and that is creating significant demand for tools that enable almost anyone to make high-quality content for YouTube, Twitch, Mixer, and more. This space
AVerMedia promises UHD HDR support for its Live Gamer 4K capture card

AVerMedia promises UHD HDR support for its Live Gamer 4K capture card

AVerMedia revealed two new capture cards at Computex 2018 this week. The audio/video company is leaping into the 4K space with the $300 internal PCIe Live Gamer 4K and the $250 external USB type- Live
AVerMedia expands into audio equipment with a gaming soundbar

AVerMedia expands into audio equipment with a gaming soundbar

Another under-monitor soundbar is hitting store shelves and online retailers, but this time it is from expert capture-card manufacturer AVerMedia. The company is introducing its SonicBlast Soundbar in