Sharp's Papyrus electronic dictionary

Posted on Monday, Jan 22 2007 @ 04:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sharp launched a new electronic dictionary in Japan, the Sharp Papyrus PW-GT550.

This device features a second display with touch input.

Users can use the touchscreen to write Chinese with a stylus and the device automatically translates it. The PW-GT550 has several learning modes and also features speech, so it can read the translations to you.

The price in Japan is 56,700 Yen, which is about $467 with the current currency exchange rates.

Pretty nice but still way too expensive IMO.

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