Maggie Portable Electronic Magnifier

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    Maggie Portable Electronic Magnifier from is a large screen, ultra-light weight, portable electronic magnifier for anyone who wishes to see something more clearly. Even with it's large 5" hi-contrast LCD screen, the Maggie can be slipped in a shirt pocket or a small purse. With 4 hours of battery time, you could find yourself checking or reading things for days without needing to re-charge. When it is time to re-charge, use any wall socket or even a computer, notebook, netbook or anything else with a USB port. A large red icon will show you when it is time to charge and a large green icon (slowly and gently flashing) will show you when the Maggie is charging. With two bright white LEDs you can see to read the menu in a dimly lit restaurant or identify your keys in total darkness. Additionally, and especially for those with Macular Degeneration, the Maggie mode button provides white text on a black background for reduced glare.

    Maggie Portable Electronic Magnifier Features:

    • 5" high contrast screen
    • Sharp, true color image
    • Fold out leg for perfect viewing angle
    • Wrist strap, already attached
    • Mode button (white text on black background)
    • Zoom button (increase and decrease magnification)
    • Two bright LEDs for use in dim lighting conditions
    • 4 hour lithium-ion rechargeable battery included
    • USB charger cable included
    • Wall socket charger included
    • Faux leather wallet included

    Part numbers: M5US

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      1. on 3/27/2014, said:
      The Magnifier is exactly what we needed in our school system. It is working great. My only wish, is that the screen did not have such a glare when using under bright lighting that is typical in classrooms. Thanks so much for the quick mailing of the order. Joellyn S. Knight
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