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Streamplify Showcases its Game Streamer Gear at Computex 2023


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Game streaming hardware brand Streamplify showcased its latest gear at the 2023 Computex. The booth begins with an example setup of a typical stream rig, with a height adjustable desktop, two Streamplify Glow Light 14 units, and a Mount Arm, which can hold onto a Streamplify Mic Pro. This mic features Ø16 mm condenser capsules, and upgraded 24-bit/192 kHz digital sampling rate.

Right behind the monitors are Streamplify's new generation >20 dB Acoustic Panels. The booth also featured Streamplify's new generation Cam Pro. The original Cam is full HD, and uses a manual telescopic concealment mechanism. With the new Cam Pro, you just turn a silver shroud to cover the camera lens and its in-built mic. The biggest feature upgrade is the resolution, as the Cam Pro is capable of 4K @ 30 FPS or 1080p @ 60 FPS. Streamplify is planning to sell this at just $99.99 a pop. The company also showed us their upcoming HDMI-based video capture card that the company claims will be an affordable solution for beginners. Lastly, there's a next-generation Hub Ctrl product with OLED screen buttons.

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