Razer has updated the capture card Ripsaw HD

Razer has updated the capture card Ripsaw HD
22:23 Tue, 9 APR 2019 Telegraph gagadget.com Photo: Twitter news technology: Razer continues to work for the benefit of the streamers from YouTube and Twitch, and updated the capture card entry-level HD Ripsaw.

If you believe The Verge, the second generation circuit Board has maintained a separate audio input and output to overlay reviews and sound. New Ripsaw HD, the company also decided to upgrade the ports, adding USB-C and USB-A 3.0. Unfortunately, the streamer must still send the captured video on the PC, but support external drives like the AVerMedia 2 Plus did not deliver.

If the updated ports hardly make the streamers to change the cost, then here is claimed to support 4K will be a good incentive. Card still broadcasts the picture is in 1080p and 60 FPS, but you can play with higher resolution.

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Ripsaw is HD second generation $160, which is $20 cheaper than the first version at the start. With such a price tag the new card becomes a competitor to the Razer Elgato HD60, which although is in the same class but costs more and offers less.

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