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Binoculars to see computer screen

I want to be able to see a computer screen from three to five feet away when someone is training me on their computer.  I am 65.  People with younger eyes than mine use displays with such small print that I could not read the display if I sat 18' from the screen.  I keep my own computer at 800X600 resolution.  Do you have product that will solve my problem.

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Re: Binoculars to see computer screen

Some binoculars have a number followed by a degree symbol such as "10 degrees." (with the degree symbol). what this means is that you can get as close as 10 feet from your subject and still see a clear image. I think my binoculars are 6 feet (I'm a birder and it helps with hummingbirds believe it or not).


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Try the Pentax Papilio 6X 21mm binocular. It focuses down to 18 inches, is about $129 online and has a great compensation factor to allow you to see normal stereo at close focus by moving the objectives automatically as you focus. Other binoculars do not do this so that you end up having to look thru 1 or the other eyepiece but not both. I have 2 pair I like them so much.

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