Earns praise for producing crisp, clear images that rival magnifiers that are much more expensive. Magnifies up to 32 times. Built-in light enhances viewing of the screen. Has a handle and video output port. Construction feels durable. Has four color viewing modes.
Some reports of malfunctions, such as units that fail to charge or hold a charge and broken buttons. Instructions need to be clearer.
Has user-friendly features, including video output, up to 14-times magnification, rechargeable battery, and a vivid display, at an affordable price. Handle is convenient and folds down neatly when not in use.
Only has three color viewing modes. Some owners found the side power button awkward to use.
Captures and stores images. Has a non-reflective screen that's easy to read. Controls are straightforward to use. Has five color viewing modes and gets decent battery life per charge.
An expensive model, yet it only magnifies to 12 times normal size.
Stands out from others we considered for offering 17 color viewing modes. Magnifies up to 32 times. Has video output port and rechargeable battery. Screen brightness is easy to adjust. Screen also resists fingerprints and smudges. Mid-level price.
Difficult to use if not placed on a flat surface. Image quality is somewhat grainy.
Capable of capturing and storing images on an SD card. Affordable magnifier. Has a bright light. Retractable stand makes it easy to place in different positions.
Screen is on the small side and may be impractical for users with visual impairments. Only 10-times magnification.
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