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In our first two articles, we described desktop and portable magnifiers with long lists of features, including high-quality cameras, large displays, connectivity to computers, and sturdy stands and tables for arranging documents or objects. Like these larger devices, handheld magnifiers address the needs of users with low vision by providing powerful zoom options, color and contrast adjustments, and easier-to-see controls. Handheld magnifiers are built and sold by many of the same companies that produce desktop models. Of course, handhelds are smaller, one-piece devices. They're easier to carry, with built-in displays. Though most are not cheap, they are typically less than half the price of a desktop unit.
As we mentioned in the second article of this series, HD quality isn't always expressed in terms of precise resolution. Indeed, handheld devices that claim HD resolution less often list their specs than do larger devices, and you won't see numbers like \"1080p\" that appear in monitor and TV fact sheets. More often, the best gauge you have of a handheld's display quality is the number of camera megapixels. Magnifiers don't use the high-end lenses of high-end digital cameras. Handheld magnifier cameras usually range from 2 to 8 megapixels, with larger devices usually, but not always, providing more. A better camera means crisper text, especially at high magnification levels, and more detail for crafts and near-distance viewing, too.
The $49.99 Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote has a dual-core processor, 1GB of memory, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, and supports 1080p video. There is also a $39 version of the Fire Stick that does not include voice control, but as you will see, the extra $10 will more than pay for itself in convenience. 781b155fdc
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