The internet is full of videos of people playing the latest games and talking over them in an excited fashion. If you've ever wondered how you go about creating those kinds of videos, the first step it to get a capture box like those from Elgato. And the good news is that their latest model is easier to use than ever before.
The Elgato HD 60S is a box that sits between your console and your TV, with HDMI cables going into either side. As the video comes in from whatever game you're playing, it is also streamed seamlessly to your PC for capture via USB 3.0. That makes it incredibly fast, with the latest device designed to be set up in seconds and sucks up 1080p footage at 60 frames a second for as long as you need it to.
You can also view your footage instantly without lag, and use the inbuilt software to get ready for Twitch or YouTube streaming with ease. Stream Command even lets you customise exactly how you want your stream to look, right down to where you place your talking head, the graphics around it and those all important pop ups for your followers. Here's an extremely exciting video to show off the new features.
All that in a tiny box, with the background software free to download directly from Elgato. The HD 60S will retail for €189.95 and goes on sale on the 18th of April 2016. More info over here.