ECTACO Partner LUX | English - Turkish Partner ET900 - Talking Electronic Dictionary

ECTACO Partner LUX | English - Turkish Partner ET900 - Talking Electronic Dictionary

Category: Talking bilingual dictionary expandable to include over 50 language combinations
Language pair: English <-> Turkish; Turkish <-> English
Speech: English for the Dictionary; English and Turkish for the PhraseBook
Vocabulary: 820,000
Battery Type: Li-Polymer rechargeable battery (3.7V, 1700mAh), included

Learning a language has never been this easy or portable before now! Simply put, you can learn an ENTIRE LANGUAGE with the help of the Partner ET900 or you can have it talk for you. Speech recognition and speech to speech translation modules will listen to your pronunciation of foreign words, phrases, and dialogues, giving you feedback along the way. More than 5 language games and programs will ensure learning is not only interactive but fun. Don't have time to learn? Well, then start communicating now! Voice activated phrases will allow you to interact with people in your target language without having to learn it. All 14,000 voice-activated phrases are spoken in a real human voice to facilitate understanding and includes a massive human-voice talking dictionary. A full electronic translator, physical keyboard and touchscreen make the Partner P900 not only sophisticated but also extremely easy to use.

Learning Features

The specially designed Language Teacher is your on-the-go personal tutor. Anywhere and anytime, just launch the interactive program to begin learning the Alphabet, Words, Phrases, and Dialogues step by step. You can pause and then continue from where you left off as you please.

Audio Phrasebook

The greatest resource out there for letting people know exactly what you want, whenever you want it! Loaded with 14,000 pre-programmed phrases, just select a topic, say a phrase, and the device will find it for you instantly. You can even browse topics and choose what you want to say to have it pronounced fluently for you in English or Turkish...
 

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