the new YoloBox mini incorporates many of their features into a smaller package for live advanced streaming anywhere.
Sure, you can live stream from anywhere with your phone, too, but the YoloBox Mini provides HDMI and USB video capture, along with dedicated audio inputs and it can even record.
The 5.5″ pocket-sized YoloBox Mini supports up to 1080p 60fps streaming and features a built-in 4G LTE sim socket for direct connection to YouTube, Facebook and other platforms without the need for WiFi. It also has a built-in battery and can operate completely independently, streaming from wherever you can get a signal without having to connect it up to a laptop or other computer.
There are, obviously, some differences between the YoloBox Mini and its larger siblings. It has a smaller 5.5″ LCD, rather than the 7″ or 8″ of the YoloBox and YoloBox Pro respectively. That smaller screen is a little brighter, though, coming in at 500 nits. The YoloBox is 350 nits and the YoloBox Pro is 400 nits. It also has fewer HDMI inputs. And by fewer, I mean it has one. It has a single lone HDMI input.
But, it does have a Type-A USB socket that allows you to stream a USB video device like a webcam or a second mirrorless camera, DSLR or other HDMI source going through a capture device like the Elgato Cam Link 4K.
Extra visual sources, such as images, video clips and even PDFs can also be loaded on-demand from its built-in SD card slot, and you get a number of advanced features your phone can’t provide, such as comment overlays for streaming services like YouTube, Twitch, etc. as well as built-in green screen capabilities. It has both line and microphone level inputs for feeding it a dedicated audio signal and you can keep this audio signal constant regardless of what camera or source you switch to.
the differences among the three devices