Yeah...that's it. Amazing device for what it cost. Depth of field is not very great, even at 10x, but for a relatively flat subject, it does a good job. I really don't know what you could do with it on an I-Opener. Do you really need a full-screen picture of q16 for instance?
Regarding digital cameras in general.....If you want clear, sharp pictures, a tripod is a must.....particularly on close-ups and in low light conditions. This Intel camera has a stand built into the lens....so it will stand on its own even without using the microscope stand. Thus, making it sturdy, movement-free tripod of sorts.
FWIW...I bought another Intel camera recently....called a Pocket PC camera. Best Buy had them for $59. It does double duty as a carry-around digital camera with 8meg internal memory and a really good web camera with a USB connection. It also has an adjustable focus and takes very good close-ups. I liked it so much, I went back and bought two more for gifts.