Ruby XL HD

High Definition Magnification in The Palm of Your Hand

$940.00

Ruby XL HD

What is a Ruby XL HD?

The all-new RUBY XL HD is hand held, high definition, electronic magnifier. The RUBY XL HD is small enough to take with you anywhere, and the five-inch screen brings out even the smallest details.

How Does it Work?

With the use of a high definition camera books, pictures, newspapers, prescriptions, labels, and other things can be magnified up to 14 times. Adjusting magnification, selecting color mode, and adding a reading line or masks is simple with color-coded tactile buttons.

Easy to Use

The RUBY XL HD is simple to learn and use, whether you’re at home, at work, or on the go. It snaps open to hold the screen at a natural angle while reading, allowing you to glide seamlessly around a document. While reading product labels or prescription bottles, the simple fold-out handle provides two configurations for a sturdy and balanced grasp.

Two Available Models of the Ruby XL HD

RUBY XL HD and RUBY XL HD+ are the two versions of the RUBY XL HD. RUBY XL HD comes in a conventional red color scheme with color buttons. RUBY XL HD+ is available in gray with black and white high-contrast buttons. 

 

Specifications

LCD with a 5-inch widescreen 

Continuous zoom from 2x to 14x 

A built-in reading nook 

Handle that can be easily flipped out 

With no blur, you can read quickly. 

With a weight of 10.5 oz., this is a lightweight design. 

3 hours of nonstop use 

20 color viewing modes with strong contrast 

Freeze Magnification frame that can be adjusted 

With USB Reading Line and Masks, you can save up to 80 photos and send them to your computer. 

Multiple Connectors Universal Power Supply 

 

Specifications of the Ruby XL HD

Other Features and Benefits of the Ruby XL HD

 

Save and transfer images to your computer – The image is frozen when you press a button, allowing you to bring it closer for viewing. By connecting the RUBY XL HD to your computer through USB, you may save 80 images, such as phone numbers, serial numbers, and family photos, and even transfer them to your computer. 

 

It can be used as a small stand magnifier with the flip out stand to help with stability and can quickly be converted into the handheld version with a handle for writing. 

 

Who Is the Ruby XL HD For?

 

The Ruby XL HD is perfect for the person on the go. It can be used at the grocery store to read labels, prescription bottles, or a menu at your favorite restaurant.  You can take a picture of the menu at fast food restaurant and magnify it to be able to read it.  Use the different color modes to enhance the contrast if the reading material is too dim or has glare. 

 

The Ruby XL HD is truly the most versatile electronic magnifier in such a robust but small package. 

 

 

Other Models

Ruby

Ruby HD

Ruby 7 HD

Ruby 10

Ruby
Ruby HD
Ruby 7 HD
Ruby 10

With a 4.3-inch screen, the RUBY is the smallest video magnifier ever, magnifying anything from 2 to 14 times their original size. With the built-in LED illumination, you can easily see goods and read writing even in dark settings. RUBY’s slender design accommodates a variety of reading demands, allowing you to preserve your freedom. 

$575.00

The RUBY HD is a tiny, lightweight device with a 4.3-inch screen that delivers crystal-clear visuals and innovative functionality. 20 high-contrast color settings, Features include Reading Lines and Masks, a Freeze Frame, and the capacity to save and share photographs are just a few of the features. 

$680.00

To address the demands of today’s low vision users, the new RUBY 7 HD offers a bigger screen, high-definition picture, and expanded functionality. Reading, writing, distant seeing, and even a camera for self-view are all possible with the unique PivotCamTM camera. As the leader in the next generation of portable video magnifiers, the RUBY 7 HD combines convenience and versatility. 

 

 $1255.00

With a 10-inch touchscreen, and three cameras, the RUBY 10 video magnifier makes seeing letters, magazines, labels, and photographs that much easier. The swing out arm enables you to see and write while holding stuff in your hand. When the arm is extended, full-page OCR is also possible. You may scan pages and have them read back to you at the push of a button. The third camera is used to observe items that are just a few feet away, such as posters and fast-food menus on a wall. 

 

$1445.00

FAQ's

1. Does insurance cover this device?

Most insurances don’t cover the Ruby video magnifiers.

2. Where can I purchase it? 

We recommend seeing one of our low vision specialists to help you decide which products are right for your needs.

3. Can I try one before I buy it? 

Yes, most of our doctors have or have access to demos for you to try.

4. Is the device easy to use or technologically challenging? 

The Ruby is one of the easiest video magnifiers to use with its large colorful buttons and tactile features.

5. Do I need a prescription for this device? 

No, The Ruby line can be purchased from many places including online however we recommend trying one and advising from the pros to get the most out of your purchase.

6. How long will it last?

As with any electronic device, care should be taken with the Ruby’s, that being said they are very durable and should last many years.

Find a nearby low vision professional

The best way to learn more about low vision aids and pick up the right ones is to visit a low vision professional. It’s easy to find one in your area.

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