The Elgato HD60 S+ game capture streaming media player is down to $169.99 at Best Buy. That's $30 off its regular price. This is the best price anywhere even through the Elgato website or at other retailers like Walmart.

This is an upgrade over the Elgato HD60 S. The S+ can capture games at much higher resolutions, but the HD60 S is down to a great low price of $114.99. That's its lowest ever compared to its regular street price of $150. This is a totally viable alternative if you want to capture video from your consoles but don't want to spend for the HD60 S+.

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Elgato HD60 S+ game capture streaming media player

Compatible with OBS, XSplit, and other streaming software. Play games in 4K 60fps, capture them at 30fps or 1080p at 60fps. Stream and record from gaming consoles like the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Nintendo Switch. Has HDMI and USB-C.

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Are you a streamer or content creator? You want something like this game capture card. It lets you stream and record from any of your gaming consoles, including the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and others. With a USB-C port you can record unlimited footage directly to your hard drive. With the HDMI input you can connect, stream, and record easily from whatever device you plug in.

The HD60 S+ has zero-lag pass-through thanks to low-latency technology. The Instant Gameview feature helps power your workflow. You'll also get a variety of tools for adding effects and improving your stream overall.

The video capture card lets you play high-fidelity games in 4K resolutions with 60 fps and HDR support. You can also capture your gameplay in 4K at 30fps. Other resolutions for capturing include 1080p60 HDR10, 1080p60, 1080p30, 1080i, 720p60, 576p, and 480p.

The system requirements for the HD60 S+ are a little more strenous than most devices. You'll want to make sure you have the right system for that. While the capture device will work on Windows and Mac, HDR is only supported on Windows. You can read more about our opinion on the HD60 S+ from back when it was first announced in September.

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