Apparently, as shown in the picture, the sewing machine comes equipped with a 4.5 x 7-inch Sharp HD, which allows the users to take every possible angle and to have a closer zoom and view of the piece under the needle.
The Quattro 6000D employs the Brother’s “InnovEye” and “Up-Close Viewer” technology, which has a camera placed next to the needle to give the user a bird-eye view on the LCD to allow perfect placement of stitching. Also equipped with runway lighting, making it highly usable even under a dim environment. Some more it has three USB ports, which I’m not too sure what the main purpose is. Perhaps, they’re useful for loading some tutorials or sewing programme onto this sewing machine.
If your granny is tech-savvy enough, then this sewing machine will definitely come in handy to help her to make the perfect stitching. But the elderly will have problems to pick up on how to make use of the LCD, the USB drives, which sounds rather complex to them. Anyway, there is still no word on price and the availability of this machine.