Streaming hardware interface manufacturer Elgato has unveiled two new products this week which it is showcasing at this year’s Computex 2019 technology show. The new additions to the company’s range take the form of the Stream Deck XL and Stream Deck Mobile.
As the name suggests the Elgato Stream Deck XL offers more buttons in the original and is equipped with 32 LCD shortcut keys each of which can be programmed individually with a wide variety of different functions. The Stream Deck XL also features a detachable USB-C cable with a non-slip magnetic stand And is available to purchase from today priced at £220 or roughly $278.
“Stream Deck XL puts even more creative power at your fingertips. Meaning you get more studio-level control to optimize your content. More access to time-saving integrations. More scope to boost your production value. More of everything that keeps your stream fresh, and your audience hooked. An expanded 8×4 grid provides a grand total of 32 LCD keys, each sporting crisp resolution and fluid playback. Easily customize them all with static or dynamic icons. Enjoy one-touch tactile control like never before. Get instant visual feedback to confirm your every command. And tap with confidence thanks to a non-slip magnetic stand that holds solid at the perfect angle.”
For more details and to purchase your Elgato Stream Deck XL jump over to the Corsair website by following the link below. If you can’t quite afford the purchase price of the XL Deck, Elgato has also launched a new Stream Deck Mobile application which is available for £23 per year or £2.79 per month on a subscription basis.
Julian Fest, General Manager of Elgato explains a little more “The launch of Stream Deck XL and Stream Deck Mobile is a significant milestone for us as we continue to expand our flagship family of broadcast controllers. Along with the original Stream Deck and Stream Deck Mini, these additions to the lineup allow us to cater to even more content creators, from seasoned professionals to those looking to get a brand-new channel off the ground.”