Unique, easy-to-use digital microscope captures high-quality images (10–200x magnification) and bends to allow teachers and students to view even hard-to-see objects! Built-in camera and microphone enable students to record and describe their investigations and inquiries, then upload them to a computer. Use with your interactive whiteboard, projector or PC to encourage class demonstration or individual exploration. Charges and uploads via computer USB port. Features true 1.3 MP resolution, 15 fps frame rate, focus wheel, 6 LED lights, measurement software and SEN switch jack (adaptation for students with special needs). Gooseneck measures 15 ¾"L. Compatible with Mac OS X (10.6, 10.7) and PC (Vista, XP, Windows 7). Grades K-12.
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