Tuesday, November 12, 2013

New tech for low-vision computer users

Computer use for people with low-vision is getting better and better with new assistive technology. 

Last week, Digital Apex representative Anna Jeffery showcased such products in the Assistive Technology Lab like the ZoomText with image reader as well as ZoomText for Mac and magnilink student.
Trainees try out the software
for low-vision in the AT Lab.

Digital apex recently announced its newest featured product MagniLink S, from Low Vision International, (LVI). This video magnifier allows a visually impaired student to be equal to their peers in the classroom. 
Digital Apex rep Anna Jeffery shows
students how to use ZoomText.

The new MagniLink Student is easily carried between home, school or work, and is deployed in seconds. The MagniLink Student comes with the latest technology for superior image quality and is easy and fast to connect to a computer – or directly to a monitor. It can even read text aloud.  

Learn more about Digital Apex products at mydigitalapex.com.

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