Razer Ripsaw capture card announced


Today, Razer announced their newest product for gamers: The Razer Ripsaw. The Ripsaw is a high-performance capture card that allows gamers to record and stream gameplay from their PC and all major consoles.

The Ripsaw will stream and record at an industry leading full 1080p at 60 frames per second. Utilizing USB 3.0 technology, the Razer Ripsaw streams uncompressed footage and provides near zero latency. In addition to the streaming and recording features, the Ripsaw also comes with onboard audio mixing. The mic and audio inputs allow gamers to add a music and/or commentary layer to their recording or streams.

Unlike other capture cards, the Razer Ripsaw works with OBS and XSplit streaming software out of the box without the need to install extra software. In addition to working with your PC, the Ripsaw comes with the necessary cables to work with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Wii U as well as last generation’s gaming consoles.

“Razer has been involved with the streaming scene since the beginning of game broadcasting, with top streamers using our hardware through the ages to get the unfair gaming advantage in front of audiences,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer CEO and co-founder.  “We’re excited to design a game capture card that meets the exacting needs of broadcasters and to also give newcomers a perfect tool to help them possibly become the next Syndicate or Pewdiepie.”

In addition to the Razer Ripsaw, Razer also announced their renewed dedication to streamers and are revamping their Razer Supported Streamer program to be able to help more streamers achieve their goals.

The Razer Ripsaw is available now worldwide at $179.99

Source: Razer

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