Streamlabs, a widget for Twit Streamer and a free Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) specialist, announced it has partnered with Intel to create a dedicated live streaming PC. According to VentureBeat the company is teaming up with Intel to provide third-party hardware device manufacturers such as Shuttle, NUC, Zotac, and Acer with a plug-and-play PC. Immediately stream to 1080p and preload the Streamlabs OBS software.
Each hardware partner offers a mini PC version with slightly different specifications. NUC's EasyCast is a 4-inch by 4-inch compact PC with an i5-730U vPro processor. This box starts as part of the Service Program Device on a monthly basis for $ 29 a month and is the first product in the partnership to be released. It has 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage space.
With Broadcast PC coming up this fall, Shuttle will offer streaming bundles such as webcams, USB microphones, headsets and games. Keyboard and mouse. The 5.59-inch 5.59-inch PC is equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor and can be used as an instant streaming platform by connecting to a game console or game console.
The Zotac 's ZBOX MI553B series will be available early next year and has Streams' OBS software built in. Acer is working on a PC and will be presenting the concept at TwitchCon's Streamlabs booth, which started today.