* Now available for users who are blind and those with low vision
The first, original camera-based reading and magnifying device. Accurate, fast and easy to use, the SOLO has provided near instant access to print to thousands of seniors. This stand-alone device requires no special training and is ready to be used right out of the box. Connect it to an external monitor or home TV to view pictures, magnified text or to write a check. Weighing in under seven pounds, it can travel with you anywhere.
The Eye-Pal SOLO enhances independence and enriches lives
The Eye-Pal SOLO reads aloud almost anything printed: Books, newspapers, magazines, mail, and cookbooks, quickly and easily. It’s so simple to use that anyone– from an 80-year-old grandmother who is blind to her three-year-old granddaughter–can use it. We developed the Eye-Pal SOLO to enable anyone who is blind or visually-challenged to easily “read” the content of any printed text by listening.
Easy, easier, easiest
Take the SOLO out of the box, plug it in, place a document, book or newspaper on the base of the device and, within seconds, you will hear it read aloud. To read another document, simply replace the current document with a new one. The placement of the page does not matter, so you can turn your document in any direction. There are no complicated controls; just simplicity, speed and accuracy. A 20-year-old automatic coffee maker (without all the electronics they install in the new ones) is as easy to use as our Eye-Pal SOLO.
Control reading by moving your hand.
Do you have to pause while reading? Just wave your hand above the page. Eye-Pal SOLO is so precise and responsive that the reading will stop immediately. To resume reading, wave your hand again, and the Eye-Pal Solo will continue from the correct word.
Eye-Pal Solo features:
- Instantly reads printed material
- Easy, fast, and accurate
- Starts reading automatically
- Hand-motion activated
- Lightweight – under seven pounds and 9”x11”
- Ready to use right out of the box – no learning curve and no complicated controls