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    Corsair Stream Deck XL

    32 keys for the ultimate creator.
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    Re: Corsair Stream Deck XL

    @HEXUS the Scan link at the end of the article leads to the Stream Deck Mini.

    EDIT: Also, it's the Elgato Stream Deck XL, not Corsair, despite their ownership of Elgato.
    Last edited by Hoonigan; 28-05-2019 at 06:06 PM.

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    Re: Corsair Stream Deck XL

    £229.95 pre-order at Amazon, similar price to Scan.

    Here is the Scan link : https://www.scan.co.uk/products/elga...h-obs-xsplit-y
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    Re: Corsair Stream Deck XL

    Having this many buttons does make it better value than the smaller one in my view. That's a lot of potential functionality and OLED displays. I'd love one but I can't see myself using it for much. Maybe back in the days of competitive CS when I wanted to spec loadouts and macros but having to reach for them can rob you of the vital second that the macro buys you.

    I'd like to see an app that allows me to use an old mobile phone like this. Ideally via USB so it keeps the phone powered whilst it's on. I've got so many old mobile phones I could create a hilarious set up with mini touch screens everywhere.

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    Re: Corsair Stream Deck XL

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Having this many buttons does make it better value than the smaller one in my view. That's a lot of potential functionality and OLED displays. I'd love one but I can't see myself using it for much. Maybe back in the days of competitive CS when I wanted to spec loadouts and macros but having to reach for them can rob you of the vital second that the macro buys you.

    I'd like to see an app that allows me to use an old mobile phone like this. Ideally via USB so it keeps the phone powered whilst it's on. I've got so many old mobile phones I could create a hilarious set up with mini touch screens everywhere.
    'Roccat Power Grid' used to do that, not sure how available it is now though, there's always 'Panels app' though, that should do what you want. I use two mobile phones as Racing Huds for my sim racing, there's about half a dozen softwares for that use.

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    Re: Corsair Stream Deck XL

    Or maybe Androids 'Macro Deck - PC remote control pad' that ones free.

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    Re: Corsair Stream Deck XL

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Having this many buttons does make it better value than the smaller one in my view. That's a lot of potential functionality and OLED displays. I'd love one but I can't see myself using it for much. Maybe back in the days of competitive CS when I wanted to spec loadouts and macros but having to reach for them can rob you of the vital second that the macro buys you.
    IIRC, all versions of this allow for a folder structure, ie each button can open a whole page of more buttons, several levels deep.

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    I'd like to see an app that allows me to use an old mobile phone like this. Ideally via USB so it keeps the phone powered whilst it's on. I've got so many old mobile phones I could create a hilarious set up with mini touch screens everywhere.
    Elgato have also announced "Stream Deck Mobile" to do this (currently Apple only I think).

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