Lex is for any visually impaired computer user, who wants near instant, easy and accurate access to printed documents.
It has been specifically designed for the requirements of students, business professionals and anyone on the move with a laptop PC.Lex weighs just 720 grams (1.6 lbs) making it easy to take with you wherever you go. It also takes up very little space.
- Time to read: modern PCs will allow you to capture and begin reading a page of your document in just two seconds.
- Glossy document capture: the camera and software have been optimised to capture without the lights being required, meaning even glossy magazines can be captured without difficulty.
- Fastest Set Up time: Lex has been specifically designed to be as fast to set up and take down as possible - it takes less than 5 seconds.
- No Batteries: All Lex needs is one USB 2.0 port - no need to worry about keeping a separate battery charged.
- Versatility: Read almost any surface, flat or round. Lex camera allows it to capture deep into the spines of books without flattening them, as well as read 3D objects like tins.
- magnification:0.2 to 4x on a 22 inch screen
time to read: this depends on both computer speed and complexity of document.
- Intel Atom (dual core): 15 seconds
- Intel Core2Duo: 4 seconds
- Intel Core i5: 2 seconds
- camera resolution: 5 mega pixels
- focus depth: 8cm (3.5 inches)
- camera speed: upto 20 pages per minute. once captured you dont need to carry them ever again.
power:Less than 500 milliamps at 5 volts
The LexCam camera has no measurable effect on laptop battery life
- connectivity: 1 x USB 2.0
- easy to set up
- integrated right angled USB cable
- allows text down to 6pt in size to be accurately captured and recognised. This is extremely small text which is 25 to 30 percent smaller than newspaper print.
- depth of feild:Lex has a very large depth of field (over 8cms). This means that even the thickest of books can be accurately captured, right into the spines.
- versitality:due to the advanced Lex software, even round objects such as tins of food can be read aloud.
enhanced visualisations for reading:
- image view
- enhanced greyscale
- overlay view
- column view
- horizontal view
- vertical view
- word view
- bookmark documents
- dictionary lookup
- speech replacement