A portable electronic magnifier that has a HD LCD screen with a HD auto focusing camera. The camera features close-up and distance modes. It features a 5 inch anti-glare screen, large simple buttons, 2.2X-22X magnification, 18 enhancement modes, freeze frame mode, a pop-up stand for reading on a table, TV output to display what you are magnifying on the bigger screen and up to 3.5 hours battery life.
Extra product information
Camera: 5 Megapixel
Power input: Micro USB Connector, 5 V, max Current 1.5 A
HDMI Compatibility for Television
Battery : Non removable Li Polymer 2800mAh
Battery Life : 3 hours
Humanware / UK
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- Humanware Explore 5 handheld electronic magnifier - http://store.humanware.com/hau/explore-5-handheld-electronic-magnifier.html
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Models / Specifications
Model Explore 5: electronic magnifier
- Weight 228 g
- Height 21.3 mm
- Depth Overall 89 mm
- Width Overall 139.4 mm
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