Category: Low Vision

Aladdin Pro 75

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The Aladdin Pro 75 is a low vision reading system designed to magnify text and photographs. This system features a reading table and a fully-integrated 14-inch black-and-white monitor. The reading table has a smooth, non-glare platform to accommodate heavy books. The reading table allows reading of a full-sized sheet of paper without repositioning and a large easy-to-operate lever locks the table fully or partially in position. The unit also offers adjustable drag and margin stops. This system provides print magnification to more than three inches high and magnification from 4.5 X to 50X. The unit also offers shadow masking, which highlights one area of the screen while dimming the rest, and underlining, which places an adjustable line on the screen for use as a writing guide or place marker. Controls include an on/off switch, a magnification lever, a picture control selector, a fine focus knob, and a shadow mask and line marker knob. DIMENSIONS (WxDxH): 15.6 x 22.7 x 21.25 inches. The reading table is 15.6 inches wide x 16.4 inches deep. The viewing area on the standard monitor is 12.8 inches diagonally. WEIGHT: 42.5 pounds. WARRANTY: 30-day money-back guarantee and a two-year manufacturer's limited warranty against defects in material and workmanship.

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Price: 
2,295.00
as of: 
08/24/2003
Aladdin Pro 75

Made By:

Telesensory (S) Pte Ltd (Formerly Telesensory Corporation)
Telesensory (S) Pte Ltd (Formerly Telesensory Corporation) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@telesensory.com
Phone: 800-804-8004
Fax: 661-832-6557
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
650-743-9515
Web Address: 
http://www.telesensory.com
Tags: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Blind & Low Vision, Computers, Communication