This is a capture card that's great if you play mostly on a console like Xbox or PlayStation and want to record your gameplay for YouTube or some other platform. It has HDMI 2.0- pass-through, and you can use it completely without a PC if you want.
The AVerMedia Live Gamer Duo is such a simple idea you'll wonder why it's taken so long for it to exist. No longer will you have to worry about additional capture hardware to use a DSLR or mirrorless camera on your streams. This is a game-changer.
AVerMedia and Elgato both have external 4K capable capture cards now that look, on paper at least, to be targeting the same sort of buyers. But that's not actually the whole truth, so we'll help you make the best choice for you.
AVerMedia's newest capture card offers essentially identical performance to one the company released two years ago. The big difference? One doesn't need installing inside a PC. So which should you get? We're here to help make that decision a little easier for you.
If you want to capture and share your Xbox One X footage looking its absolute best, you'll be wanting a 4K-capable capture card. And right now for the Black Friday weekend our current top pick, the AVerMedia Live Gamer 4K, is discounted to a price you simply shouldn't ignore.
An affordable gaming soundbar for all to enjoy A soundbar is one of those items you may have looked at and wanted but found it hard to justify. It's also one of those items that you try once and wonder why you waited for so long. That sums up my experience so far with the AVerMedia SonicBlast GS333. This $149 soundbar is geared towards gamers along with a host of the company's other...