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WiFi Digital Microscope deal: only $55.95

WiFi Digital Microscope

The WiFi Digital Microscope connects to a smartphone, tablet, or computer and allows you to view the miniature world on a larger screen. Now, thanks to a new Apple World Today deal, you can get one for only US$55.95. That’s 20% off the regular price.

WiFi Digital Microscope Description

Enjoy a wonderful experience when recording a clear miniature world with this Wi-Fi Digital Microscope. Featuring a magnification of 50 up to 1,000 times, this telescope will give you so much detail than you can ever imagine. It has 8 LED lights that can be set to various brightness levels so you can properly illuminate your subject. 

Adapting to the digital world, it connects to your devices via Wi-Fi for a wireless display. It also supports a USB interface to connect to a computer such as Windows and Mac. Provide your children with real science toys and cultivate their interest in animals, plants, and daily household items.

WiFi Digital Microscope Details

  • Provides 50X to 1,000X magnification
  • High resolution camera with up 1920x1080p resolution
  • Connects to iPhone, iPad, or Android via Wi-Fi within 33ft range
  • Supports USB interface to connect to a computer
  • Has camera, video & file storage

WiFi Digital Microscope Specs

  • Color: black
  • Materials: ABS
  • Dimensions: 4.7″H x 3.1″L x 1.2″W
  • Weight: 7.23oz
  • Camera: 2MP
  • Magnification zoom: 50x-1,000x
  • LED lights: 8
  • Image sensor: CMOS
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi/USB
  • Mini size
  • Rechargeable
  • Use time: 3 hours
  • Wide compatibility
  • Manufacturer’s 1-year warranty

The deal includes

  • WiFi Digital Microscope
  • MicroUSB
  • Metal Tripod
  • Instructions


  • Ships To Contiguous US
  • Expected Delivery: Mar 11 – Mar 19

Terms of the deal

  • All sales final
  • Cannot be shipped to PO boxes
  • This item is excluded from coupons.
Dennis Sellers
the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.

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