A bunch of great Elgato streaming gear is on sale right now

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Elgato, which was recently acquired by Corsair, is currently the leading brand in game capture hardware—we use some of its equipment for our own gameplay capture and streaming. If you're looking to upgrade your streaming setup, Amazon and Best Buy are currently offering holiday deals on the Elgato HD60 Pro (opens in new tab), HD60 S (opens in new tab), and Stream decks (opens in new tab) at up to 30 percent off.

This older version of the Elgato Game Capture HD Pro (opens in new tab) is a low latency internal capture card that streams and records at 1080p 60 fps. If you plan a building a dedicated streaming PC in the new year, this is an excellent component to have. It’s currently $160, which is $40 off its list price. This isn't the cheapest it's ever been—it dropped all the way down to $126 at the end of last year—but you might have to snatch up a lightning deal to get it at that price.

For a cheaper solution, the HD60 S is an external card (opens in new tab) that plugs in via USB-type C, and is well-liked because the setup is basically foolproof. At $114.99 right now, it's only ever been cheaper by a few cents. The HD60S is also a 1080p, 60 fps device, which remains the sweet spot for streaming because broadcasting at higher resolutions requires a crazy amount of bandwidth and isn’t worth the headache. 

The Stream Deck (opens in new tab) and Stream Deck XL (opens in new tab) are neat little devices if you’re looking to produce slicker streams. Think of them as mini versions of the switchers you’d see in a live TV control room. At the touch of a button, you can start/end your stream, switch to different cameras, and drop graphics and sound effects into your broadcast. They're both $50 off right now, near their lowest prices ever.

Elgato HD60 S | 1080p/60FPS | $180 (save $65) (opens in new tab)

Elgato HD60 S | 1080p/60FPS | $180 (save $65) (opens in new tab)
The wildly popular and easy to use game capture card is on sale, perfect if you’re looking for a great way to capture game footage off consoles. 

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Jorge Jimenez
Hardware writer, Human Pop-Tart

Jorge is a hardware writer from the enchanted lands of New Jersey. When he's not filling the office with the smell of Pop-Tarts, he's reviewing all sorts of gaming hardware from laptops with the latest mobile GPUs to gaming chairs with built-in back massagers. He's been covering games and tech for nearly ten years and has written for Dualshockers, WCCFtech, and Tom's Guide.