[Press Release] Elgato has launched the 4K X and 4K Pro today. These capture cards are best suited for high-quality capture on PCs and current-generation consoles, recording each moment while preserving the tiniest details in modern games.
Both cards target separate markets, adding more versatility to the lineup. The 4K X is a USB card equipped with up to 4K 144Hz capture. Meanwhile, the 4K Pro is a PCIe card boasting 8K 60Hz passthrough.
The former is a compact capture card with essential features like HDMI 2.1 ports and USB 3.2 Gen 2 connectivity. It also supports VRR and HDR10. For seamless 4K 120FPS gameplay captures, Elgato’s 4K X does not disappoint.
Breaking new ground, the capture card offers compatibility for the new iPad with USB-C support. Elsewhere, the 4K Pro offers enthusiast features, shipping with the same input/output port setup and HDR10 support.
Thanks to 4K60 and HDR10 capture, this is Elgato’s answer for high-end demands. It also enables 4K 240FPS passthrough for competitive gaming, allowing users to capture 1080p240 quality.
Utilizing a PCIe 2.0×4 connection, the 4K Pro is designed to work exclusively with Windows-based systems. Both capture cards support popular software like OBS Studio, Twitch Studio, Streamlabs Desktop, and more.
Elgato’s companion app is also included as part of the package, allowing users to capture and sort through recordings in addition to exporting files to software like Adobe Premier.
Backing these latest releases is a two-year warranty. Meanwhile, Corsair and Elgato will provide worldwide support for maximum customer satisfaction.
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