For immediate release
The next generation Freedom Machine offers low vision users even more options, with vivid image quality, no glare, more magnification and monitor adjustability
SAINT LOUIS, MO., 2009
- Vision Technology® is proud to introduce the Freedom Machine™ desktop video magnifier, with widescreen flat panel (adjustable) monitors. The Freedom Machine will offer our end-users a simple control panel interface, while featuring the most advance technology ever, in a desktop video magnifier.
The Freedom Machine will enhance the lives of individuals who have macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, retinitis pigmentosa and diabetic retinopathy.
Initially the Freedom Machine will be available is 5 models. Freedom Machine 26, our flagship model, offers a 26-inch (adjustable) Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor integrated with no glare glass optics, 4.0x - 100x magnification and 1920 x 1200 screen resolution.
First introduced to the low vision market in 1995, Freedom Machine CRT desktop video magnifiers have helped thousands of people with visual disabilities regain their independence. The Freedom Machine CRT revolutionized the desktop video magnifier user interface by featuring push button controls on a black lit control panel.
The Freedom Machine family has become the clear choice in desktop video magnifiers for people with low vision.
About Vision Technology
Vision Technology revolutionizes how people with low vision engage with essential, everyday activities and improves their quality of life. For 17 years, the company's ground-breaking products
have redefined desktop video magnification by setting new standards in features, production and excellence. From state-of-the-art precision glass optics, auto-focus technology and the industries first incorporation of LED lighting, the impact of Vision Technology products is evident across the low vision industry. With a reputation for superior quality and a portfolio of the most respected and recognized low vision brands, Vision Technology is continuously redefining how people with low vision live independently.