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Optelec Compact Touch HD

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The Optelec Compact Touch HD is a handheld video magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. The portable video magnifier features a touch screen, High Definition image quality, and multiple reading and writing positions. The user can adjust the magnification, select preferred high contrast color, and pan through snapshots by swiping their fingers across the 5-inch screen. It is designed to be used in a tilted position to move smoothly over reading materials or with its foldable handle to view objects close by and in the distance. The device can also be connected to an external monitor or TV for a bigger image. Features include:

  • Interchangeable and rechargeable battery
  • Continuous magnification of 2X to 20X
  • Intuitive touch screen to adjust settings
  • 5-inch full-color High Definition widescreen display with simple tap-to-focus camera
  • Multi-purpose, foldable and battery integrated handle
  • Adjustable document viewing modes for easier reading: 2 photo modes (full-color and grayscale) and ten customizable, high contrast color combinations
  • Snapshot capability with zoom and panning
  • Large icon information menu to customize settings, switch horizontal or vertical lines on/off, adjust brightness, view battery level and more
  • Connect to an external monitor or TV with HDMI or an RCA input for a bigger image (cables included)
Technical Specifications: 

Dimensions: 5.2 x 3 x 1.3 inches

Weight: 10.6 ounces (including battery)

2-year limited warranty

Available

Price Check
Price: 
995.00
as of: 
03/22/2017
Optelec Compact Touch HD

Made By:

Optelec Us, Inc.
Optelec Us, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@optelec.com
Phone: 800-826-4200
Fax: 800-368-4111
Web Address: 
http://www.optelec.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Computers, Communication

Sold By:

NorthState Assistive Technology
NorthState Assistive Technology Organization Type: 
Distributor
Manufacturer
NorthState Assistive Technology is dedicated to enhancing the independence of blind, vision-impaired and cognitively challenged individuals through adaptive technology. We proudly offer hundreds of products that improve the quality of our customer's lives. At NorthState Assistive Technology the customer comes first. By carrying multiple manufacturer's products we can ascertain your needs and find the right product to fit your lifestyle. There are new products coming out in the adaptive technology field all the time and it is hard for the consumer and doctors to be up on the latest and greatest. We attend all the major assistive technology conferences and keep up on the latest techniques and trends. With NorthState AT on your side, you will have access to all the latest product options. Even more important than the product choices we offer is the service and training we provide to our customers. For anyone that has worked in the adaptive technology or rehabilitation there is nothing more discouraging than seeing thousands of dollars spent on equipment that the end user has no idea how to use. What's worse is when there isn't anyone around who can train them how to use it. At NorthState AT our experienced and well-trained staff offer several training options, whether it is a quick run through with a video magnifier or an at home training appointment. Thank you for stopping by and please let us know if you would like a no obligation demonstration on any of the devices we represent. We are located in Northern California, but work with many dealers in other states. We can be reached by phone at (877) 682-0452 or (530) 877-1625 , or by email at info@northstateat.com.
Address: 
Phone: 1-877-682-0452
Web Address: 
NorthState Assistive Technology
 
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