Tuesday, July 24th 2018

Elgato Announces Stream Deck Mini Studio Controller

Elgato, a leading provider of hardware and software for content creators, today announced Stream Deck Mini, a brand-new addition to its line-up of streaming and video production tools. A miniaturized version of the ground-breaking Elgato Stream Deck live content tool, Stream Deck Mini offers six fully-customizable LCD keys, allowing creators to easily switch scenes, launch media, control chat, configure an unlimited number of actions, and more. The ideal addition for streamers and video producers who want to get serious about their content and community, Stream Deck Mini makes it simple to create quality content at the push of a button.

"When Stream Deck launched just over a year ago, it gave content creators access to a level of tactile control that was traditionally exclusive to mainstream entertainment broadcasters" said Julian Fest, VP & General Manager of Elgato. "Stream Deck Mini is every inch a Stream Deck. It keeps all the same functionality, in a smaller form factor, and at a more attainable price."
Stream Deck Mini features six fully-customizable LCD keys and easy-to-use software that gives creators a level of control previously only available to professional broadcasters. From automatically detecting scenes and sources, to posting on social media channels, Stream Deck Mini is seamlessly integrated into all the leading tools and platforms used by content creators including OBS Studio, XSplit, Streamlabs, Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Mixer, and more.

Stream Deck Mini's Key Features:
  • Six Fully-Customizable LCD Keys:
    o One-touch tactile operation. Instant visual feedback.
  • Drag and Drop Setup:
    o Simply drag and drop actions onto keys. Assign ready-made icons or create original images.
  • Native Integrations:
    o OBS Studio, XSplit, Streamlabs, Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Mixer, and more - Stream Deck Mini seamlessly integrates into a creator's favorite tools and platforms.
  • Creativity Unleashed:
    o Creators can use Stream Deck Mini to enhance their on-screen antics with GIFs, images, videos, and soundbites.
  • Multitasking Made Easy:
    o Assign several actions to a single key and launch them all with a tap. One by one separated by intervals, or together, simultaneously.
The Elgato Stream Deck launched in May 2017 as the first studio controller for content creators to elevate the production value of their broadcasts without having to take focus away from audience engagement. Since launch, Elgato has continued support and has expanded Stream Deck's functionality with new features, including a soundboard, GIF support, Streamlabs integration, smart profiles, and much more -- all of which will also be available for Stream Deck Mini.

Availability, Warranty and Pricing
Stream Deck Mini is available immediately for $99.95 (Exc. Tax) at Elgato.com, Amazon, and GameStop.

The Stream Deck Mini is backed by a two-year warranty and the CORSAIR & Elgato worldwide customer service and technical support network.
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7 Comments on Elgato Announces Stream Deck Mini Studio Controller

#1
RyneSmith
While I love my stream deck I feel that this product is priced far too high. You get 6 buttons instead of 15 for $100 when the full sized is $150? I just grabbed the full size deck on Prime day for $100 as well. Should be half the price of the original at least.
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#2
Mysteoa
Why is there a Corsair logo?
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#5
CheapMeat
Honestly seems like $50 would be a better price for this. But I don't know much about the streaming market. Just seems like a lot for what it is.
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#6
StrayKAT
My neighbor showed me his....

I don't understand the popularity.. or why Corsair thought they needed to buy them. With all of the features of modern OS/PCs along with cell phones, what the hell is the purpose of this? It's like something out of the 90s. Like portable DVD players and game genies. :p
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#7
Freez
Not funny. Label "Stream_Live" now worse then "Gaming".
For 100$ i can buy proper second hand equipment.
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