Elgato’s Stream Deck Hot New Device

Soundboards have been a thing for the longest time and most of used to go that extra mile to implement the tech to things that we do like streaming. You kids today have it easy, back in the Justin.tv days I had to buy expensive pieces to broadcast, get a mixer and a streaming device that was the size of a router in order to do what I needed to do. Not to mention fix my computer with better components so it would not blow up while streaming. Jeez, I sound like an old man now. Nowadays you have the luxury of downloadable programs to embed a soundboard into your streams and a small device the size of a cell phone to broadcast your streams. Now Elgato has come out with a new take on soundboards with the Stream Deck.

You’re creating quality content backed by the best tech on the planet. But you want to do more. With Stream Deck, trigger up to 210 actions via 15 LCD keys. Take control of your content. And focus on what matters most: your audience.

Use the Stream Deck app to drag and drop actions onto keys, and personalize them with custom icons. Tap to switch scenes, launch media, tweet your feats, and more. Level-up your onscreen antics with GIFs, images, videos and audio. Traditionally this level of control was exclusive to mainstream entertainment broadcasters. Now, it’s at your fingertips.

 

This is going to make streaming so much easier. You can free up hotkey space on your keyboard and won’t have to worry about what button does what anymore. This is a soundboard and hotkey all in one with full on LCD screens that you can customize to match anything to set for it. Let’s watch a video.

Features:

  • 15 LCD keys: tap to switch scenes, launch media, adjust Audio and more
  • Fully customizable: personalize keys with custom icons or choose from hundreds
  • Instant engagement: tweet at the perfect moment
  • Direct integration: control game capture, obs, discord, Twitch and more
  • Easy setup: simply drag and drop actions onto keys in the app

The Elgato Stream Deck will be released on May 15, 2017, for $149.95. It will be compatible with Windows 10 and MacOS 10.11 or later. Hopefully, we will get a chance to try this out and offer a solid review. Be sure follow Elgato on their twitter and we hope to see you back for future updates. – Beast Out

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I am a Beast trying to get his game on. Living by the ways of the Konami Code for many years until I decided to share my knowledge and opinions of the gaming world for you mortals. I hope you enjoy the content that we provide here! - Beast Out -
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