AVerMedia Debuts 4K HDMI 2.1 PCIe Capture Cards For Content Creators

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[Press Release] AVerMedia has introduced a new range of PCIe capture cards for streamers and content creators. As the successor to the popular HDMI 2.1 Live Gamer Ultra 2.1, the Live Gamer 4K 2.1 offers PCIe connectivity for broader access.

Live Gamer 4K 2.1 Capture Card
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Utilizing the potential of HDMI 2.1 technology, this capture card offers 4K60FPS capture, providing unparalleled video quality. Meanwhile, 4K144FPS pass-through HDR/VRR ensures gameplay is transmitted in all its smooth and fluid glory.

For a more entry-level offering, AVerMedia is introducing the Live Streamer Ultra HD. Despite the lower price, this capture card offers crisp and sharp 4K capture, allowing new users to maintain a high level of quality.

Live Streamer Ultra HD Capture Card
Source: AVerMedia

Designed for new users, the Live Streamer Ultra HD focuses on accessibility, boasting user-friendly operation and a low-profile design. Both capture cards also include AVerMedia’s RECentral software out of the box.

RECentral enables seamless control, thanks to the ability to handle live streaming on platforms like Twitch and YouTube. If these features sound appealing, the Live Streamer Ultra HD starts at a price of $179.99 and can be bought from Amazon.

The higher-end Live Gamer 4K 2.1 costs $269.99 and is also available on Amazon. More information on these capture cards is available on AVerMedia’s official website.

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