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The Point and Click Dictionary
Imagine this: you’re reading a book, a real printed book, and you come across a word that intrigues you but you have no clue what it means! What’s worse? There’s no dictionary near you, then you’d have to click through your phone or computer to get information on that word. Sometimes, this can be a bit stressful and kill your reading mood. What if you could just click on that word and get all the information you need, like a hyperlink? Is that even possible, on print? Yes it is! With the Point and Click Dictionary you can conveniently look up words from a printed copy of what you are reading. The Point and Click Dictionary is a pocket scanner which is capable of scanning and looking up words at a click of a button. It comes with a flip up camera which scans for words and 2.4″ color LCD display at 320 x 240 resolution that visibly displays the information. It also has a built in speaker to deliver audible word pronunciations. And has over 500,000 definitions from the Collins English dictionary. You could also get translations from and to Italian, Spanish, German and French. This pretty little gadget can be navigated via touch screen, comes with mp3 player and a picture viewer. Do you think you’ll need this? It’s only about N50, 000.

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This article was first published on 3rd July 2012 and updated on July 5th, 2012 at 9:27 am

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