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Yes it does.
It is possible to connect ReaderPen and ReaderPen Secure to almost any computer, phone or tablet supporting USB Host (in principle all computers) or USB OTG.
Check the video below for more information about functionality.
Your device is designed to perform well in a wide range of ambient temperatures, with 62° to 72° F (16° to 22° C) as the ideal comfort zone. It’s especially important to avoid exposing your device to ambient temperatures higher than 95° F (35° C), which can permanently damage battery capacity.
If you want to store your device long term (e.g. summer breaks), two key factors will affect the overall health of your battery: the environmental temperature and the percentage of charge on the battery when it’s powered down for storage. Therefore, we recommend the following:
• Do not fully charge or discharge the battery – charge to around 50%.
• Power down the device.
• Store in a cool moist-free environment less than 90° F (32° C).
• Top up charge to 50% every 3 months.
Do not run battery completely flat and do not leave product connected to charger when fully charged.
The below video contains multiple sections. Click the three stripes in the upper left corner for a list.
Can I upgrade the ReaderPen firmware ?
ReaderPen & ReaderPen Secure firmwares are possible to upgrade.
Can the dictionary be turned off?
LingoPen firmware supports a function called Exam Lock that disables Scan to File, Dictionary and Recorder and leaves only Text Reader active.
For ReaderPen Secure it is not possible to turn off dictionaries.
For DictionaryPen it is not possible to turn off dictionaries.
Can the pen software be updated?
To get notified when updates are available, consider registering your product or subscribe to our news.
The pen does not power up
Finally, please see Battery maintenance for information about battery care.
Which product should i buy?
Education includes ExamReader, ReaderPen, LingoPen and DictionaryPen and are designed to promote independent reading and learning. Typical users include people with dyslexia, visually impaired people, people with special educational needs, or people studying in a language other than their first one.
Though not specifically aimed at education, ReaderPen Secure also belongs to this segment. ReaderPen Secure is an assistive device targeting workplace use. For details check the product page.
For more detailed specification, visit the Product page.