Snow 10 Pro Handheld Video Magnifier

Printed text is highlighted and spoken out loud.

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​ Snow 10 Pro is a 10-inch handheld video magnifier with features including text-to-speech, OCR, a built-in 3-way camera, magnification to 19x, and the ability to store up to 1,000 images.

Place Snow 10 Pro over any printed material and seconds later hear the words spoken out loud as they are highlighted in 4 high contrast color modes.

Reading long text is made easier with help from Snow 10 Pro’s Reading Mode. A horizontal or vertical reading line helps ensure you do not lose your place or move to the wrong line.

Choose between Near-View, Distance-View, and Self-View when using the 3-position camera. When Self-View is selected the Snow 10 Pro camera changes direction to face the user, thus allowing inspection of one’s face or hair, or even makeup application.

Snow 10 Pro lets you store up to 1,000 images which you either create using the Snow 10 Pro camera or transfer in from another source.

Listen to audiobooks or music easily with the built-in audio player of the Snow 10 Pro.

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Battery life will last with 3.5 hours of continuous use. Fully charge an empty Snow 10 Pro battery in just 2 hours.

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Snow 10 Pro Handheld Video Magnifier available in the lending library at FAAST.org

Snow 10 Pro Handheld Video Magnifier