If you tend to be an on-the-go individual, than you understand the importance of convenience when it comes to your tech. This is especially true if you’re a streamer or influencer who is always out and about while trying to stay engaged with your fans. Sometimes this isn’t an easy task though thanks to the amount of gear a streamer needs to do their thing while out of their studio, but luckily AVerMedia has a new solution.

The company’s latest tech-on-the-go product is the Live Streamer Cam 313, which offers 1080p30fps recordings in addition to a built-in dual mono microphone. In this one $79.99 package you get both a video and audio recording tool, and thanks to its palm-size form factor, it is quite convenient to take anywhere you may need to record.

I put the camera through a few tests, mostly using it with a Mac. I recorded some footage using the less than ideal RECentral Express software, as well as Quicktime. I found the video quality to be up to par with other 1080p30fps cameras, but didn’t like the lack of an auto-focus. I found the camera’s audio recording capabilities to be less than ideal unfortunately, but if you’re in a pinch and need some audio with your video, it can get the job done. The quality is just very tinny sounding.

You can check out the full review below complete with examples of the camera’s capabilities.

Review Summary

Build Quality - 7.5
Functionality - 7
Ease of Use - 9
Price - 6
Video Quality - 7.5
Audio Quality - 4


If you're looking for an all-in-one solution for streaming on the go for less than $100, then the Live Streamer Cam 313 may be an option for you. If you need high quality video and audio all the time, then this device will leave you wanting a bit more polish.

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