Razer Ripsaw capture card launched
When it comes to gaming peripherals, you know for sure that there is one particular name that stands out like a beacon in the dark of the night – that would be Razer. Razer has had its fair share of gaming peripherals released in the past that have been extremely impressive, to say the least, and this time around, here we are with yet another unique peripheral that might just change the way you use your computer. Basically, the Razer Ripsaw is a USB3.0 1080p60 capable capture card that boasts of full PC and console support, and not only that, it will play nice with OBS and XSplit software
The Razer Ripsaw capture card can be considered to be a crucial tool for broadcasting, as it empowers users with high-performance recording and streaming capabilities, all the while bringing game footage to popular platforms such as Twitch and YouTube with remarkable resolutions and frame rates. Boasting of an industry-leading full 1080p game capture at 60 frames per second, one will be able to enjoy crisp, clear and smooth viewing as it takes advantage of the top-of-the-line USB 3.0 standard.
The Razer Ripsaw can stream on uncompressed raw game footage with close to zero latency, and audiences can even enjoy more personalized and fun experiences when broadcasters exploit the capture card’s onboard audio and microphone inputs, which can plug into virtually any music source or microphone for a secondary audio or commentary layer.
It will also be easy to use right out of the box thanks to the necessary cables included, letting it plug-and-play with popular game consoles such as the Razer Forge TV, Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One, Nintendo Wii U, and past-generation devices such as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The asking price for the Razer Ripsaw stands at $179.99 a pop.