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Myreader2

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MyReader2 is a video magnifier and CCTV designed for use by individuals with low vision. This low vision reading system scans pages placed on its reading tray, then presents the text in a user-selected format on the unit's built-in liquid crystal display (LCD) screen. Text can be presented as a wrapped paragraph (column layout), as a continuous line (row layout), or one word at a time (word layout). Readers navigate the text using a control panel, without moving the document or reading tray. This magnifier can store up to 10 pages simultaneously and 3 reference pages. The text display can be set to scroll automatically at a user-selected speed. Other display options include contrasting color combinations for presenting text; a live mode for handwriting and other manual tasks; autofocus; and automatic image deskew (straightening). The MyReader2 also can operate in split-screen mode, displaying input from personal computer (PC) via a VGA input port or an external camera through an NTSC/ PAL input port. It also have a VGA output port to display an image on a separate computer monitor. The magnifier folds for transport. POWER: Uses 100-240 volt alternating current; 50-60 hertz. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 20.7 x 14.5 x 19 inches. The built-in LCD screen measures 15 inches diagonally. WEIGHT: 22 pounds. WARRANTY: One year limited warranty.

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04/07/2011
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Myreader2

Made By:

Humanware
Humanware Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
1 UPS Way PO Box 800
12919 Champlain , NY United States
Email address: info@humanware.com
Phone: 1 800 722-3393
Fax: +1 888 871 4828
New York US
Web Address: 
http://www.humanware.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Communication
 
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