Elgato’s Stream Deck Pedal is the input device you never knew you needed

The foot-powered set of three switches is on sale now for $90.

Modern games employ pretty much every digit on both your hands, and of course your eyes and ears. Throw in some multiplayer communication and you get your voice in on the action, too. And if you're streaming to an audience, you have all that to manage, plus keeping a bunch of people engaged and managing a chatroom. Elgato, now a subsidiary of Corsair, makes tools like the Stream Deck to help keep all of that in line. The company's latest gadget engages a part of your body you might not have thought about before now.

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