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Presto 15-inch LCD Auto Focus Desktop Video Magnifier for Low Vision


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Presto features a stylish, single, integrated 15" color LCD flat-panel design. The auto focus zoom magnification ideally accommodates the visual needs of most people with age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataracts, RP, or other low vision conditions. Its low profile display provides comfortable eye level viewing. The extended travel x/y moveable table (16" x 12" travel) allows independent vertical and horizontal sliding. Presto offers simplicity. Just press a button to increase or decrease magnification, change the enhancement level, or select Color, B/W or Reverse image. Presto is designed with style. Its low profile, compact look, and small footprint is ideal in any home. And, Presto represents value, as one of the most affordable models available. Read your daily mail, browse magazine articles, read prescription bottles, view family photographs, sign your own checks and greeting cards, address envelopes, read recipes, food labels and cooking instructions. No assembly required.

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