The NEW ReadEasy Evolve is perfect for anyone who needs quick, easy and accurate access to printed material. This all-in-one device takes a picture of large, printed materials and reads them aloud within seconds. Scan and read large newspapers, textbooks or magazines up to 11″x17″ in size. It can even read thick materials such as boxes, product packaging, tall books and so much more!
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|Size:||8.7in x 4.3in x 8.1in (LxWxH)|
Offering both magnification & text-to-speech; evolves with you as your eyesight changes
ReadEasy Evolve is a portable machine that reads to you. It translates any printed text into crystal clear speech within seconds. Newspapers, Letters, bank statements, books, recipes, product packaging, and more, are all read with ease. It’s the stand-alone reading machine that can read documents at large as 11″x17″ in size such as an open textbook!
ReadEasy Evolve is for anyone who needs quick, easy and accurate access to printed material. Listen to text a press of a single button!
The ReadEasy Evolve has been specifically designed to be as simple as possible to set up and use. With its intuitive control system comprising just 6 buttons, it is ideal for users of all ages.
Stand alone reading machine
Scan and read documents up to 11″x17″ size documents
Uses a 5K camera for superior image quality
1-Button press for quick and accurate reading of text
Uses the best natural sounding voices and built-in speakers
No waiting needed as reading starts in as little as 3 seconds
Lightweight and compact for ultimate portability
Latest camera and recognition technology for accurate text – even with small font sizes!
Glossy, complicated, and curved objects are accurately captured
Quick and intuitive packing and setup
Supports multiple languages, including Spanish
Add Optional Feature Pack for increased functionality
Connects to a monitor to see words highlighted during reading
Compatible with touchscreen monitors for simple navigation
Allows you to export scanned documents to your PC for later use