MonoMouse makes text magnified on the screen


image: Bierley MonoMouse

If you have problems with your eye sight or you are a computer junkie who wants to read any text on the screen instead of reading it through paper, MonoMouse is surely what you are missing. You would be moving the mouse on the portion of the text you want to read and MonoMouse does the rest of the work by displaying the text on a TV screen magnified.

Here is what Bierley says about using this device:

1) Simply plug the MonoMouse into any regular television, connect the power and press the large blue button

2) Your television will change to the correct channel automatically on European models. For the USA and rest of the world just press your remote control "Video" button

3) Hold the MonoMouse in your hand, just like a tennis ball or computer mouse, and whatever you move your hand over appears magnified on your television

4) That’s it. Enjoy reading.

A three step process before you start enjoying it.

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  • BUGS says:

    So it is basically a projector whose input is through a camera and output is similar to any conentional projector.

    The fact which needs consideration is: is it wireless or not.
    if not, it is ookay but if it connects to the television by a chord then is it long enough to cover the room or will the user put a new chair right next to his television?

  • Adnan says:

    @Bugs: Very good concern and a question. You are absolutely right that the mouse should be wireless but that’s not the case with this MonoMouse. It comes with a cable which is to be plugged to a Television set. You can be about 9 feet away from the TV screen while using it.

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