A screen recommendation always begins with your field of vision. After all your field of vision determines the size of the screen. We aim to utilise all your remaining vision. With the right screen you read more comfortably, faster and you have more of an overview. The Vocatex gives you a choice of screens of 22β, 28β, 32β and even 40β.
The visually impaired with macular degeneration predominantly have a wide field of view and it is best for them to choose a large screen of 32β or even 39β. People with a narrow field of vision such as Retinitis Pigmentosa can choose both a large and a small screen.
The new Vocatex is the first full HD screen magnifier that magnifies texts and photographs with razor-sharp clarity. Combined with the built-in readout function, the Vocatex even reads out all printed texts. Ideal for enjoyable reading or readout of newspapers and magazines. Reading is no longer an effort, but relaxing.
The Vocatex is the most user-friendly readout magnifier with large easy-feel buttons. The unit is superfast. The text is read out after 2 seconds. The intelligent readout function reads out texts without interruption due to the automatic movement detection. Thus Vocatex reads texts from letters, large newspaper pages or thick books without interruption.
With the Vocatex you yourself choose to have texts read out, to read them yourself or simultaneously to read along with it, and this always with the choice of a pleasant and easily understandable voice.
Each unit is personal and custom configured. Based on your field of vision we recommend a screen of 22β, 26β, 32β or even 39β. The incorporation of specific functions for the hard of hearing, photophobia, tunnel vision, macular degeneration, etc, makes every unit unique and extremely user-friendly.
A computer connection by which the Vocatex screen becomes your computer screen, makes your computer even more accessible. The large high contrast screen is extremely suitable. In combination with an enlargement program and split screen you have a true multimedia centre.
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