Plugable’s New USB Digital Microscope — Win One

The perfect gift for hobbyists, teachers and kids; this 2.0 Megapixel Digital Microscope allows you to view specimens collected around the house, backyard, your desk, or even the fridge. It comes with special software for Windows, but can also function with the same webcam software you’re used. It captures images and videos to display on your computer using a simple USB connection. Bright LED lights at the opening of the lens provides vision in dim settings. Look at the intricate patterns on a bee wing or examine the electrical traces on your motherboard. This microscope provides you an easy way to zoom in on a wide variety of objects to satisfy your curiosity of the world around you.

Install the included MicroCapture software for Windows, for easy file management and taking measurements of zoomed in images of up to 50x optical magnification, or 200x digital magnification. It’s the perfect tool for science projects. The microscope is detachable from the stand for easy portability and allows for reach of larger objects. Use the snapshot button on the microscope to instantly capture images.

“Mystery Image” Contest

To celebrate the launch for this holiday season, we’re giving away two free microscopes to the folks that can best guess the objects in the below images. Send us the answers with the form below and on Dec 19, 2012 the two people with the highest number of correct guesses will get a free Microscope! Answers don’t need to be perfect, but we’ll reward the closest match.

Here are the mystery images, all taken by the Plugable USB Microscope itself, and the form to submit your entry…

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2 comments on “Plugable’s New USB Digital Microscope — Win One”

  1. kevin macauley Reply

    I have one but cant seem to get it to work or get the program I nead to turn it on

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