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AVerMedia Live Streamer BO311 Review

Rating: 8.5.

If you are looking to enter the world of live streaming or content creation then there is certainly a lot to learn, especially when it comes to hardware – and budgets can easily become stretched. For some this area can be quite daunting. AVerMedia have come to the rescue with the Live Streamer BO311 kit to make your journey much easier, more portable and much more affordable. The BO311 kit comes with everything you need to get started; a 1080p 30fps webcam, a USB condenser microphone and a tiny capture card capable of 1080p60 recording and pass-through all for just £229.99.

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Specifications:

PW313 Webcam

  • Capable of 1080p 30fps or 720p 60fps
  • USB 2.0 required
  • Has a wide horizontal 60 degrees field of view
  • 2MP 1 /2.7th inch CMOS sensor
  • 360degrees swivel and ball joint head for adjustment
  • Easy to use privacy shutter
  • Animated, face tracking, stickers
  • Dimensions 90 x 53 x 47 mm
  • Weight 130g

Read my dedicated review of the PW313 HERE!

GC311 Live Gamer Mini Capture Card

  • Micro USB 2.0 interface
  • Video input and output via HDMI 1.4
  • Capable of recording 1080p60
  • Pass-through capability of 1080p60
  • Dimensions 100 x 57 x 18.8 mm
  • Weight 117g
  • Tiny and super portable external capture card

Read Mellissa’s dedicated review of the GC311 HERE!

AM310 USB Microphone

  • Requires USB 2.0 port as USB powered
  • Unidirectional condenser microphone
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Sample rate of 48 kHz
  • 16-bit bitrate
  • Frequency response of 20 – 20,000 Hz
  • Dimensions 90 x 130 x 270 mm
  • Weight 468g

Purchase the AVerMedia Live Streamer BO311 over at Overclockers UK HERE for £229.99.

Pros:

  • Great value for a complete setup
  • Individually boxed items within the kit box
  • Provides everything you need to get started with content creation
  • Super portable set up
  • Good quality 1080p capture card
  • Budget price point is appealing to beginners
  • RECentral 4 is very easy to use
  • Works with other recording/streaming software

Cons:

  • No HDMI cables
  • Microphone stand isn’t the best build quality
  • Webcam needs lights to ensure quality

KitGuru says: if you’re looking to start streaming, creating content or you’ve already began your journey but you’re now looking for a portable setup then the AVerMedia BO311 kit is certainly something to check out. During our testing we found each item complimented each other as a whole and we wouldn’t say any one of these products lets the others down. If you’re in the market for a 4K setup then this is not the kit for you but for streaming this is an excellent starting point.

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Rating: 8.5.

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