Intel made a deal with Streamlabs to make dedicated live stream hardware

Streamlabs is a software and hardware making company especially known for its widgets and free OBS(Open Broadcaster Software) for Twitch users, they recently announced that they are going to make a deal with Intel to make dedicated live-streaming PCs.

According to reports by VentureBeat, both Intel and StreamLabs are teaming up to make an Intel CPUs to third-party hardware device makers like Shuttle, Simply NUC, Zotac, and Acer, who are building plug-and-play PCs that are ready for 1080p streaming at 60fps right out of the box, and installed with StreamLabs OBS.

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[Source: Intel]
A mini PC is offered by each hardware partner, with little bit different specifications. NUC’s EasyCast is a tiny four-inch by four-inch mini PC that has an i5-7300U vPro processor. The price of this mini PC starts at $29/month. It has 8GB RAM and 256 GB storage.

Zotac’s ZBOX MI553B Series can be bought by users at the start of this year and it will also be installed with Streamlabs’ OBS software. Acer is also working on such PC and will have a concept ready at Streamlabs’ booth at TwitchCon, which kicked off today.

If everything worked out as planned it will attract a lot of gaming community towards such PCs.

[Source: Venture Beat]

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