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AVerMedia PW313 Webcam Review

Rating: 8.0.

AVerMedia are known for their wide selection of content creation & streaming products. What’s usually the first port of call for any budding creator? A 1080p webcam, of course! AVerMedia have released the PW313 1080p 30fps webcam with some handy features to set it apart from a crowded market. An easy to use privacy shutter, 360-degree swivel, free recording & streaming software RECentral purposefully designed for AVerMedia products with 16, animated, face tracking stickers and more!


  • Windows 7/8.1/10.
  • Mac OS 10.6 or newer.
  • USB 2.0.
  • 1080p 30fps.
  • 1 /2.7” (one two sevenths of an inch) CMOS sensor.
  • Capable of 2MP.
  • Fixed focus method.
  • Wide angel field of view.
  • 360-degree swivel.
  • Privacy shutter.
  • 16 animated face tracking stickers via software.
  • RECentral 4 software (free).
  • CamEngine plugin for OBS Studio (free).

You can purchase the AVerMedia PW313 Webcam from Amazon for £52.90 HERE.

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  • Good quality image for a webcam (providing you have adequate lighting).
  • 360-degree swivel.
  • Ball joint lets you adjust angle easily.
  • Privacy shutter.
  • Many software options.
  • Animated face tracking stickers.


  • If you are recording full screen cam the quality suffers.
  • No auto-focus.
  • Privacy slider is incredibly loose.

KitGuru says: There are so many features available and the PW313 webcam certainly has something to offer for everyone. We see it as a ‘jack of all trades' webcam where it doesn’t excel at one thing in particular, delivering a well rounded experience. At the pricepoint it is a solid all-round contender in today’s saturated webcam market. If you’re new to content creation or streaming then this webcam is certainly one you should check out.

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Rating: 8.0.

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