These are from some of the languages available on the 900-series electronic translator. The sample phrase is "It's nice to meet you." This high-quality, natural human voice is in the translation phrasebook, translation dictionary, and the 183-language cross-language pictured dictionary.
The 900-series electronic translator provides several easy to use translation tools that let you communicate with people who speak a different language.
Full text translation. Enter your own random sentences. Available in most language sets.
Translation dictionary. Look up single words. Natural human voice in most language sets.
Translating phrasebook. 7,000 translated phrases per language, natural human voice. Speech commands for selecting phrases.
Pictured dictionary. Translate words in 183 different languages, natural human voice. Translates between any languages, shows picture of what's being translated, shows text translation, and speaks translation in a natural human voice.
Of all the features in the 900-series electronic translator, these are probably important to you:
Color touch screen.
Physical QWERTY keyboard.
Free 183 language any-direction translation dictionary onboard.
Real human voice.
Pocket-sized and portable.
Some of the general features of the 900-series electronic translator:
Large 3.5-inch color LCD screen.
Spell-Check, History, and Slang Lock options.
Smart QWERTY and Virtual Keyboard with audio interface.
Vector Ultima spell-checker and English Morphofinder to help find the words you need.
SDHC card support of up to 32GB.
Charges from any USB source; AC charger (USB output) comes with it.
In addition to the translating and learning tools, the 900-series electronic translator has these great functions:
Audio Player. The 900 has a media player with MP3 support. See notes below on audio players.
eBook Reader. The jetBook Reader displays and translates your favorite eBooks so reading can be done anywhere and anytime. The pre-loaded jetBook Reader even lets you read and translate your favorite eBooks with support for the widest array of file formats available anywhere. The jetBook Reader jetBook handles gif, jpg, mp3, pdf, and txt files.
GPS. Connect a GPS receiver, and use your as a GPS unit.
Video Player. Video Player supports the widest range of video (.asf (h2 64), .flv, .mpeg4, .h.263, .divx, .mjpeg) and image formats so you can watch on the go.
The 900-series electronic translator has some more functions you'll probably enjoy, and/or find useful:
Calculator. The basic math functions, plus a few more things such as square root, inversion, and memory. A cool feature: It has a Back key!
English Dictionary. This is the WordNet Princeton Dictionary of Modern English, with over 70,000 head words and detailed explanations. It includes all of the typical dictionary information, such as part of speech, senses, tenses, synonyms, and examples of use.
Games. Linguistic Crossword, Pockets, Spell-It-Right, FlashCards, Hangman, and Translation Tests.
More English. English Grammar, Irregular Verbs, Idioms, and SAT 200/5000 vocabulary builders.
Metric Conversions. This is graphically enhanced and interactive. Well done.
Size Equivalents. Do you know the size equivalents for shirts, blouses, and shoes in the USA, UK, Europe, and Japan? Few people do. Climbers know their European shoe sizes, but most folks don't. Today, most sneakers have both European and USA sizes--take a look at yours. OK, but what about your shirt? In the USA and UK, the neck measurement determines the man's shirt size. Not so everywhere else. A woman who normally wears a size 6 blouse will have to buy a size 10 in the UK or a size 5 in Japan. In Europe, that would be a size 38. You're shopping while traveling, right?
Voice recorder. No 'splainin' to do on this one.
World time. Pretty handy when you are traveling around the world! Pretty handy if you're not traveling around the world but need to know world time anyhow. This is nicely done with a combination of graphics and picklists.