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    Is your technology room old and outdated?  Consider Trading-In Your Old Clunkers? Big November Incentives!

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    Why settle for a loud, slow, gigantic, unreliable, rusty difficult to use old “CCTV” clunker? Consider investing in yourself or your client by taking advantage of our November specials and let the trained low vision specialists at New England Low Vision and Blindness help you find the right low vision video magnification system for your needs “today”, right now, so your eyes are not relying on what worked 10 years ago.

    The reality is that technology is changing so fast, and with today’s new cameras and screens, our new “CCTV’s” include a much larger viewable area, allowing people with low vision to be able to see more print on screen at one time, increasing productivity and reducing eye fatigue…diminishing frustration and saving a ton of time.

    Also, many new “CCTV’s” include Text-To-Speech, where the low vision product will “magically” convert your printed document into speech! This benefit is a must for volume readers. Blending the use of one’s ears and eyes, allows low vision users to read nearly ten times faster. It is stunning!

    Think about a new CCTV which includes the latest CCTV camera technology, resulting in a super-sharp true to life HD quality image, plus a high refresh rate nearly eliminating all visible image drag or ghosting. The new cameras and monitors are an incredible new advancement for a low vision aid, and an astonishingly more useful product than older technology, particularly for people with Macular Degeneration and other types of vision loss.

    Video magnification technology can be organized into three (3) categories:

    1. Desktop electronic video magnification. This primary category is the most helpful for productivity. For people wanting to “get stuff done”, like paying bills or managing finances, reading books, newspapers, newsletters, documents, or writing tasks like letters, cards, lists, ledgers, etc. If productivity to maintain independence is needed, then it is critical to use non-portable or desktop electronic video magnification.  <Click here to see the Top Desktop Electronic Video Magnification>
    2. Portable electronic video magnification. When the need is to have high powered magnification when up and about and on the go. Typical tasks for portable electronic video magnification are price tags, nutritional or prescription information, menus, thermostats, credit card information and phone numbers. <Click here to see the Top Portable Electronic Video Magnification>
    3. Wearable electronic video magnification. This category of video magnification is often used for the one task that is not accomplished by either non-portable or portable electronic video magnification. Some examples are theatre, movies, stadium viewing, school performances, sightseeing, sheet music, business or classroom viewing and seeing people faces. <Click here to see the Top Wearable Electronic Video Magnification>

    It is very important to receive a no-obligation thorough and full demonstration of multiple types of CCTV video magnification prior to making a purchasing decision. Make an appointment with a local assistive technology company, who specializes in the top CCTV video magnification technology low vision aids for people with Macular Degeneration.

    To celebrate National Trade-In Your Old Clunker Month, mention Promo Code NCM2020 and you will receive all of these benefits: Up to $300 Trade-In Credit, 10% Off Service Agreement, 10% Off Training, and 1-Year Extended Warranty.  See coupon for more details and restrictions that might apply. Outdated Tech? ...Consider Trading-In Your Old Clunker Resources Technology

    To find out more about how you can trade-in your old clunker, simply fill out the form below and someone will contact you to help:


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    Minimum purchase of $500 portable, $1,500 desktop, $1,500 wearable. Trade-In Credit is “up to” $300. Not redeemable for cash and has no implied warranties. Offer is available to residents of the six (6) New England states. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Not applicable to accounts with established discounted pricing. Fee for pick up of trade may apply. Contact a Technology Specialist at New England Low Vision and Blindness to learn more 888-211-6933 or info@NeLowVision.com.


    We Are Here To Help

    If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Macular Degeneration, we have prepared a 12-part eBook <Click here to download a PDF of the entire report.>

    To learn more about how we can Bring Hope to people who are blind or with low vision, contact a Technology Specialist at New England Low Vision and Blindness to learn more. You can also call our toll free number 888-211-6933 or email us at info@nelowvision.com.

    Our two(2) state-of-the-art technology showrooms are a wonderful resource, showcasing a variety of leading electronic low vision magnifiers and blindness products.  You can schedule an appointment with one of our Technology Specialist who can help you find the right technology, training and care solution.

    If you cannot come to us, our staff can even drive out and bring our Vision Store to you, for a no-obligation product demonstration. We offer a comprehensive line of products including electronic magnification low vision aids, blindness products, and leading low vision products for people with glaucoma, macular degeneration and other forms of vision loss.

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