Razer has long been a notable brand in the gaming scene, especially within the esports community. With competitive gaming growing rapidly and services like Twitch.tv seeing audience sizes comparable to professional sports shown on traditional television, there is much incentive for the top gamers to get involved in streaming to grow their fan base and make money.
There are several streaming devices on the market including the Elgato Game Capture HD60, but another has just joined the marketplace dubbed the Razer Ripsaw Game Capture Card. Competitively priced at $179.99, the Ripsaw offers 1080P game capture in 60fps with a low-latency stream provided via a USB 3.0 connection. There is also a secondary pro-grade mix-in channel for adding another layer of audio production.
The Ripsaw is compatible with the PC, Razer Forge TV, PS4 and Xbox One with support for popular companion software like OBS and XSplit for streaming live to Twitch, YouTube and more. Those interested in purchasing the Ripsaw Game Capture Card, it is now available through Razer's Online Store.
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