Optelec TwinView monitor

Introducing the Optelec TwinView

The Optelec TwinView low vision screen eliminates the need for multiple screens, harnessing the power of the latest powerful video magnifiers.

Illustration of the TwinView set-up with both the PC and Video Magnifier

Connect the PC and Video Magnifier to the Optelec TwinView monitor and view images from either device in full screen mode, toggling between both at the press of a button.  Alternatively, using the NEW True Split-Screen functionality, combine and view both images from the PC and Video Magnifier by choosing one of four configurations and never lose sight of the mouse pointer.


Experience Split-Screen in High Definition

Amazingly, the Video Magnifier no longer needs to have a special split-screen camera, which is often a more expensive option.  The Optelec TwinView monitor provides the split-screen capability, making all the adjustments automatically, and ensures the best possible image is displayed at a superior resolution (1920 x1080 pixels) in either full or split-screen.  Users can also fine-tune the display of the TwinView using the on-board large font menu.

Essentially, the Optelec TwinView low vision monitor is the first screen designed for use by visually impaired people.  The generous 24-inch wide angle viewing area and fast response time makes it ideal for users of magnification and high contrast.  The unique true split-screen functionality and automatic set-up empowers those with low vision to study, work and compete more effectively within the mainstream environment.


  • Fast response time for high contrast: 3000:1
  • High brightness: 300 cd/m2
  • HD resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Weight:
    • 14.8 lbs (including stand)
    • 8.8 lbs
  • Included in the box:
    • TwinView software CD
    • Cables: USB, 2x VGA, 2x DVI and power supply.


To use the Optelec TwinView screen, a PC needs to be connected through USB and either DVI or VGA.  The video magnifier can be connected through DVI or VGA the Optelec ClearView+ can connect through the VGA port.