Razer introduces entry level devices for streamers

Kiyo x

Razer just made it easier for streamers to get started sharing content. Today, Razer introduced an entry-level webcam, the Kiyo X, alongside a 4K capture card, the Ripsaw X. While these devices may be less expensive, they still pack the basic features needed to get any aspiring streamer started.

The Kiyo X allows gamers to choose between both 1080P 30fps and 720P 60fps resolutions. The autofocus feature can be adjusted in real-time so there'll be no more having to worry about your viewers getting a blurry video feed or having to restart your stream to adjust settings.

The Ripsaw X is an entry-level 4K capture card that can capture video from most devices with an HDMI output. This means you can turn your video camera or hi-fidelity DSLR into a webcam or stream your game console to popular streaming services. To capture at 4K you are limited to 30fps. The streaming device must support HDMI 2.0 and the PC must have a USB 3.0 connection.

You can pick up either of these devices today from the Razer Store. The Kiyo X retails for $80 and the RIpsaw X for $140.

Via Razer.com

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