Livestream's duo of Broadcasters makes mobile live streaming simple, more affordable
Hey everyone, I'm Jeff Bakalar for cnet.com.
We're taking a quick first look at two new products from Llivestream.
Up here is the Livestream Broadcaster Mini and down here is the Broadcaster Pro.
And what these little red boxes do is allow you to broadcast and stream any HDMI signal from any camera or device that has.
Such an interface.
So the one up here right now is actually broadcasting what this Canon camera is looking at right now.
So, the Broadcaster Mini can only stream video using a WiFi signal, going.
Going up to 5GHz whereas the Broadcaster Pro you can hook up a 4G modem, use hardline ethernet, or it will allow you to do wi-fi as well.
They both let you go up to 5GHz wi-fi, so you get a nice, fat pipe and be able to stream high quality audio and video.
The step-up also gives you a full-size HDMI, whereas the Broadcaster Mini is only going to give you.
The mini goes for 295.
It's available right now, and the Pro is gonna be available a little later for 495.
That's gonna do it for me.
I'm Jeff Bakalar, taking a look at the Broadcaster Mini and Broadcaster Pro from Lifestream.
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