Summary: This is perfect for my use. I regularly am away from home and am regularly helping my wife with her reading material at home so when needed, I remote desktop into her machine, she turns on the camera, and I can see exactly what she is looking at, helping her with translations or pronunciations.
Summary: I bought this camera to use in my classroom at a school with little or no technology in it. It has made filling in workbook pages with my first graders so much easier. Great camera for the price. The kids and I love it and it is so versatile. I am the envy of the school with this camera.
Summary: I give a lot of demonstrations of mobile devices and applications. The options are typically to use an emulator with your computer, or to have really exspensive contraptions that hold the device (which are typically designed for a single type of device). With the iPevo, a new option is available. This device is small and easy to take on the road to presentations. It works well if you are giving a webinar, and provides much needed flexibility.
Summary: I have used this camera to project my handwriting on a screen. I have to put the camera on a few books so it's high enough to view the entire paper, but this isn't too much of a hardship. I use the autofocus to allow the camera to focus one time on the paper, then I turn it off so it doesn't focus on my hand while I'm writing. There's a little bit of a time lag, but overall it does the job I want it to and you can't beat the price.
Summary: I was pricing ELMO's on Amazon, for use at school. This little camera kept popping up, or I kept being referred to this camera. I took a chance and figured if it worked well enough that I wouldn't need an ELMO. Boy was I pleasantly surprised. This little camera is a gem! It's compact, portable and powerful. The pics are super clear, even without the magnifying lens. I teach elementary art and I'm telling all my fellow art teachers about it.