Anivia 1080p HD Webcam Review

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You don’t have to look far for an reliable, yet affordable webcam option. The Anivia 1080p HD Webcam in particular does a great job for the price you’re paying, especially when it comes to audio quality. Few webcams incorporate more than one webcam; the Anivia 1080p HD has two. If you’re struggling with audio performance, and strapped for cash, this might be one of the best webcams around.

Why We Like It – Anivia 1080p HD Webcam Review

Capturing 1080p video isn’t a concern for the Anivia 1080p HD Webcam; what it does better, however, is offer clear and crisp high quality audio thanks to a dual noise reducing analog microphones. If you want to know the locations of your pictures, you should also take a look at this GPS tagging device for any camera with a hot shoe.

Pros
  • Dual-stereo mic for better audio quality
  • 1080p Full HD video quality
  • Rotatable clip; multiple positions
Cons
  • So-so build quality

Performance

The Anivia Webcam did a great job at capturing at 1080p. With its beauty encoding algorithm, it’s able to make sure light correction is on point, especially in dim light. Operating in low light was good, but the audio quality takes the cake here. The Anivia Laptop Camera Mini Plug and Play Video Calling Computer Camera uses two built-in omni-directionl microphones for way better audio quality, matching even the more expensive Logitech C930e 1080p HD Webcam in performance.

Design

What sets the Anivia 1080p HD Webcam apart from others is its design. The camera built with a mult-functional bracket doesn’t just rest along the top of your computer, its base can be folded into its own stand. And with how small the Anivia desktop laptop camera mini is, measuring 3.86 x 3.07 x 2.44 inches, so there is a level of portability, just like the AUKEY PC-LM1 Webcam. The webcam has a rather cheap build quality, however. Over time, you can wear out the hinge.

Value

Considering the performance of the Anivia 1080p HD Webcam W8 USB Desktop Laptop Camera, it makes for a good quality webcam. We are docking points for build quality. If you’re one who takes care of their devices, that won’t be an issue, however. This is especially true if you’re looking for a really cheap webcam.

For better quality overall, consider the Vitade 960 1080p. It’s a much better companion for streamers, and of much higher build quality.

Anivia 1080p HD Webcam Review Wrap Up

While build quality is on the cheaper side, the Anivia 1080p HD Webcam is a rather versatile webcam with its rotatable clip. Its audio quality was the high point for us, thanks to its dual-stereo microphones, with its 1080p Full HD video quality just behind it. If you need a budget webcam, this is it.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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