London, United Kingdom – App development company, Therapy Box has today launched their first iPad accessory. U See is a sleek European designed stand created for people with low vision. Adding your own tablet device to the stand creates a low cost yet stylish magnifier.

U See has been engineered to allow for ease of use of an iPad, smartphone or tablet to rest in a secure cradle. Simply slide the handle to hover over the text or image you need magnified, and using either the devices’ own camera or a purpose built app, users will be able to magnify their reading material.

With design aesthetics to ensure it looks at home with the latest tablets, the U See is also light and portable.

“U See fills a real gap. While people were using their tablets’ camera and zoom to help read, they needed a stable stand to make this a practical solution,” says Swapnil Gadgil, Therapy Box’s director. “U See is not just built for function, but also to deliver sleek style.”

U See is the ideal device to add to schools, libraries and homes. With an adjustable base plate and optional lighting, this is a great low cost alternative to traditional magnifiers.

Feature list:
* Compatible with any smart device that has a camera function (2+ megapixel is recommended) and zoom capability
* Compatible with any magnifying app
* Efficient LED reading light
* Document plate for increased comfort of reading with a non-slip surface
* Designed with a minimalistic style whilst incorporating absolute functionality for a design that compliments today’s latest technology
* Easy to set up and ready to use in 5

Available from Therapy Box and resellers.

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The award winning app development company Therapy Box was founded by speech and language therapist Rebecca Bright and telecoms expert Swapnil Gadgil. With over 10 apps in iTunes App Store and GooglePlay, Therapy Box frequently feature in the top grossing apps list and the apps are used around the world by people with communication disabilities, speech therapists, teachers and families. With the customer at the centre of the app development process, Therapy Box integrates user feedback in each update of their app range. Winning a Mphasis Universal Design Award in 2011, a Naidex New Experts Choice New Product Award in 2012 and the Ericsson App Award in 2013, Therapy Box has been recognised as an innovative leader in the field of app development for people with disabilities. Copyright (C) 2013 Therapy Box Limited. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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