Razer Ripsaw HD Capture Card Review
Peter Donnell / 6 months ago
Packaging and Accessories
As you would expect, the packaging is designed just like every other Razer product. Black and green are dominant, with a glossy image of the product front and centre. There are almost no details on the front, it just says “capture card for streaming.”
Around the back, a few more details. Here we can see it supports 1080p 60 FPS HD Video capture, 4K 60 FPS Passthrough, full audio mixing capabilities, and HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 connectivity. It’s all stuff we’ve covered, but it’s handy to see this if you’re in a retail setting.
Open The Box!
Inside, you’re greeted with a nice note from Razer, welcoming you to the product. It’s a nice added touch you get with all Razer devices.
The actual capture card is very well protected, with loads of padding foam around it. It’s also protected with a thick layer of plastic wrap.
In the bottom, there’s an additional box which contains all of the required cables.
You get a durable HDMI cable, a 3-pole 3.5mm audio cable, and a USB Type-C to Type-A cable.
The Razer Touch
As we’ve seen with other Razer products in the past, even the USB head is tinted green. I like little details like this, it shows they’ve made an effort with their design.
Even the Type-C end has the Razer logo stamped on it.