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Taking capture cards to a whole new level.

Saving game captures usually require a lot of professional equipment but the new generation of game consoles like PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One has now built-in features that would make game captures easier.

Taking capture cards to a whole new level.

Saving game captures usually require a lot of professional equipment but the new generation of game consoles like PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One has now built-in features that would make game captures easier.

Despite the built-in recording capabilities of these consoles, its quality is mostly limited – this is where the Razer Ripsaw comes in. It’s an external capture card that can record gameplay from any source: PC or console. It’s plug and play, meaning you can simply hook up the device and start recording without the need for a lengthy installation.

The Razer Ripsaw can also record content at full HD 1080p at 60 frames per second, something that the built-in consoles can’t do – though that would mean that you must need to connect it to a USB 3.0 port along with a top of the line PC to be able to process the captured footage.

The Razer Ripsaw sells for $180.

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