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AVerMedia Game Capture HD II – Unboxing

AVerMedia Game Capture HD II – Unboxing

by Steve CullumOctober 24, 2013

AVerMedia recently launched their Game Capture HD II. This device claims to capture full 1080p HD video from game systems, including the Wii U, without the use of a PC. We were fortunate enough to get a review unit from them, so I thought I would go ahead and show you what comes in the box. Over the next few days and weeks, I will do a full review on the device itself (stay tuned), and if it is good enough, we will continue to use it for future game coverage.

The AVerMedia Game Capture HD II is available now from Amazon and Newegg, with more stores to follow. Be on the lookout for our review. Until then, here are the specs.

Input HDMI:
Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4Component Video & Audio L/R[1]
Wii U, Xbox 360, PS33.5mm Audio:
Microphone (Working Voltage: 3V)

[1] Cables not included. Please purchase separately.

Output HDMI (Pass-thru)
3.5mm Audio: Microphone
Storage USB Port: USB 2.0/ 3.0 Hard Drive*
SATA Slot: 2.5″ SATA Hard Drive* (9.5mm/7mm height)* Not included. NTFS format is required
Network Ethernet LAN (10Base-T/ 100Base-T)
Resolution Input/ Pass-through:
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p (max: 1080p@60fps)
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p (max: 1080p@30fps*)* 1080p@30 videos may be displayed as 1080i@60 on your TV.
Recording Format MP4 (Codec: H.264, AAC)
Power Requirement 12V/ 1.5A
GameMate” App
Operating System iOS 6 Android 4.0+
Compatible Device iPhone 4/ 4S/ 5, iPod touch 4/ 5 RAM : 1G
Connection WiFi. Wireless Access Point* (AP) Required.* DHCP IP network recommended.
Physical Dimensions
Dimensions 152.5 (d) x 33.5 (h) x 190 (w)
Weight 421g
Package Includes
Device Game Capture HD II
Cable HDMI Cable
Power Adapter (12V/1.5A)
Others Remote Control (Batteries Included)
Quick Installation Guide
User’s Manual

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About The Author
Steve Cullum
Steve is a Senior Editor for NintendoFuse. He has been a Nintendo fan since the NES and Game Boy. His favorite types of games are action platformers, multiplayer “party” games, and any game that is pure fun and pulls him in for hours. Steve has been blogging for NintendoFuse since 2008.

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