A magnifying device that is shaped like a computer mouse. The monomouse plugs into either a television (via AV) or computer (via USB). The user slides the monomouse over the item they wish to magnify, and the magnified image appears on the television or computer screen. Suitable for children and adults.
Extra product information
FEATURES: The USB models have an adjustable magnification by changinging the resolution of the computer screen.
All other models have a single fixed magnification level of 24 times.
METHOD OF USE: 1) Plug the MonoMouse into any regular television, connect the power and press the large blue button
2) Select the "video" button (i.e. AV Channel) to see the image.
3) Hold the MonoMouse in your hand, just like a tennis ball or computer mouse, and whatever you move your hand over appears magnified on your television
Tip : Leave the MonoMouse connected so that it`s always ready to use
COMMENTS: Suitable for reading newspapers, magazines, books, prescription bottles, cooking instructions, food labels, bills, statements and other similar products.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Bierley ColourMouse: With television or computer connection
- Magnification (X) 24 units
Model Bierley MonoMouse: With television or computer connection
- Magnification (X) 24 units
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