Elgato’s 4K60 S+ is an external capture device that doesn’t require a PC

On the go 4K60 HDR 10 recording is here

The capture card war between AVerMedia and Elgato has just been kicked up a notch today, as the latter has just has unveiled it’s latest capture device – the Elgato 4K60 S+. Yes, that’s a mouthful to utter and has debuted today during CES 2020.

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This new device can capture up to 4K60 frames per second, but also HDR 10 and onboard HEVC encoding. It does require a USB 3.0 connection if you want to use it with a PC. Or, you can skip using the PC completely as the 4K60 S+ can also record without the need of one.  Just pop in an SD Card, connect the device up to a video signal and press the record button. A feat that AVerMedia’s external capture devices were known for accomplishing.


I also just happen to be in the market for such a device so I’ll be looking to scoop one up. However, it’s not cheap as the Elgato 4K60 S+ will set you back by $399.99 and is currently available at Amazon.com.

Though, I wouldn’t dismiss AVerMedia just yet, as they’ve been hinting at a similar device for a while and it will supposedly debut during CES 2020 as well.



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