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Elgato 4K60 S+ Game Capture Card Review


The box has a nice clean look to it, sticking with the typical mixture of blue that we see on all Elgato products. Plus, they’ve put a nice image of the product right on the front of the box.

Around the back, it’s a little more technical, showing you all the major inputs and outputs of the device. Don’t worry we’ll take a closer look at those shortly.

There’s also a breakdown of included cables, what formats it supports, etc.

The box slides out, revealing a durable inner box to keep everything protected.

Everything is neatly packaged, and there’s air-gapping cardboard ensuring nothing gets damaged in transit.

They even include a visual setup guide. It’s all pretty straight forward though.

In the box, you get a pair of USB cables, one for data, one for power. You also get a single HDMI cable.

The power can come from a USB port, or from the included international USB power adaptor.

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