AVerMedia's Live Streamer CAM 313 can rotate 360 degrees

What you need to know

  • The AVerMedia Live Streamer CAM 313 is now available.
  • The webcam features a 360-degree hinge and can record in 1080p at 30 frames per second.
  • It's available now in North America for $80.

AVerMedia released the Live Streamer CAM 313 today. The webcam features a 360-degree swiveling design and can record in 1080p at 30 frames per second. The webcam is available in North America starting today for $80.

The Live Streamer CAM 313 includes two microphones and a physical privacy shutter to ensure that no one is watching you when you'd like privacy. The webcam also comes with CAMEngine, a streaming plugin for OBS and XSplit from AVerMedia. The software can be used for adding filters and enhancements.

The camera has a 1/2.7" CMOS 2MP sensor and supports UVC. A complete breakdown of the webcam's specs can be found on AVerMedia's website.

We've reviewed several products from AVerMedia including the company's SonicBlast soundbar and 4K external capture card. Both products impressed us as accessories for gamers.

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