SuperNova Magnifier & Screen Reader System Requirements
|Computer & Processor||
Required: 1.5 gigahertz (GHz) or faster x86 or x64 compatible processor with SSE2 instruction set support. Almost all CPUs manufactured after 2003 will support this.
Recommended: 2.0Ghz or higher multi-core CPU.
Recommended: 8 gigabytes(GB) RAM
Required: 2 gigabytes (GB) . Additional space may be needed for optional extra voices.
Recommended: Solid State Drive (SSD)
The following operating systems are supported:
|Monitor resolution||Minimum screen resolution of 800*600|
Graphics adaptor that supports at least DirectX 9.1 and has a WDDM 1.1+ driver. GPU should be integrated (shared system memory) or have a minimum 128MB of GPU RAM.
Recommended: Direct X 11 Graphics adaptor with minimum feature level 10.0.
32-bit colour mode is required.
|Video Adaptor limitations||
Windows 8.1 : External USB attached display adaptors are not supported
Windows 10: External USB display adaptors compatible with the DisplayLink standard are supported
Windows 10: Multiple monitors and graphics cards are supported, however we recommend that all monitors are connected to the same graphics card to maximise performance
|Audio||Sound card and speakers/headphones for speech output.|
Any standard pointing device (mouse/trackpad) and/or Touch screen.
|Connectivity||Internet connection required for automatic product updates|
|Media||Internet Download or installation from DVD.|
OCR feature may require an external camera or flatbed scanner.
Bookshelf feature may require library subscription.
Braille output requires a compatible Braille display.
Q: What camera do you recommend with Connect & View?
A: Any camera that connects via USB 2.0, that uses a standard Window’s driver and has video capability. As a general rule of thumb, if your camera works with Skype, it will work with SuperNova Connect & View. For optimum results, choose an HD camera with autofocus, delivering 1080p video resolution with automatic low-light correction. To ensure your camera always remains stable, we also recommend using a camera stand.