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5063Re: [magnifiers] HyperLens - A lightweight and more affordable alternative!

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  • Thomas Morgan
    Jun 1, 2010
      How does it compare to the free windows 7 built in full screen magnifier?

      How does it compare to Zoomtext?

      What are some limitations?

      Does it support 64-bit OS?

      Thanks for the email and news, I'm always interested in new developments.

      --- On Tue, 1/6/10, tonymx08 <tonymx08@...> wrote:

      From: tonymx08 <tonymx08@...>
      Subject: [magnifiers] HyperLens - A lightweight and more affordable alternative!
      To: magnifiers@yahoogroups.com
      Received: Tuesday, 1 June, 2010, 7:16 PM

      Hi All,

      HyperLens (newly released by VisionSuit Software
      <http://www.visionsuit.com>  ) has some unique features:

          1. Zooming with arbitrary rotation. That is to say, use Ctrl + Mouse
      Wheel to zoom, or along with Shift key to rotate at the same time. In
      both Shaped Lens and Full-screen modes.
          2. Highly optimized real-time sharpening filters (Sharpen and Edge
          3. Full color level adjustments for every color channel in all the 4
      color modes (True Color, Grayscale, Invert and Sepia), which enable you
      to clearly view the dim graphic/video details hidden in the dark areas
      that normally very hard to be seen.
          4. Full color adjustments (Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue)
      and mouse cursor enhancements (Size, Color and Opacity).
          5. Full mouse cursor enhancements, now supports mouse cursor size up
      to 128 x 128 pixels.
          6. Realistic click highlighting effects.
          7. Working smoothly with almost all screen resolutions in full-screen
          8. 12 built-in realistic anti-glare texture filters.
      The 30-day Free Trial of HyperLens 6.0  can be downloaded at:
      <http://www.visionsuit.com/HyperLensSetup.exe>   (5.27 MB)
      <http://www.visionsuit.com/HyperLensSetup.zip>   (5.24 MB)

      For more detailed information about HyperLens, please visit the product
      page at:

      Finally hope HyperLens will suit your visual needs much better!

      Best regards,

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