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Zelco Electronic Bookmark Dictionary: Version II

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Zelco Electronic Bookmark Dictionary: Version II

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9781889207506
Manufacturer:
Zelco
Publication date:
05/20/2006

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Zelco Electronic Bookmark Dictionary: Version II 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is great. Disregard the comment from'Reviewer, Math Genius' who doesn't know how to spell the word thieves! No wonder he couldn't look it up!! HA HA! Very handy unit.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Though English has always been the only language I've used, I still encounter words whose definitions I don't know. While reading, I like to look them up for future reference and to educate myself, but getting out the dictionary or even looking it up online can sometimes be an inconvenience, especially when nestled on the couch or in bed. Now, I can easily look up unfamiliar words in my own comfort -- I love this tool! The top sticks up above the book, but the rest of it is nearly as thin as cardstock and stays in the book just fine (I take it out and set it beside me when reading). Convenient, indeed! Incidentally, t-h-i-e-v-e is in there, and so is 'thief.' )
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The idea is great but I had to return it because the "V, F, R" keys would not work also the "I" key was hard to work and the letters on the screen were hard to read sometimes.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The quality of this bookmark is not what I expected. It is flimsy and appears cheaper than the price would suggest. I returned it before using it so I cannot comment on its performance. It is a great idea for a bookmark. I had just hoped for a sturdier and higher quality product.
e-bookworm More than 1 year ago
This electronic bookmark dictionary served its purpose well. When I was reading the Lost Symbol I had to use it a lot, (being a beginner and all). There are a few things that was iffy: 1) the letters and buttons are sometimes hard to press and may miss a letter when typing a word and would have to start all over again 2) When putting the wedge in the book to use it as a bookmark and place it in one page, it will fall out you when open the book, so it is a good idea if you stick in various pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This unit fits well in the zippered book carrier I use. I also use it in my job helping students. They love it. For those teenagers who, for reasons of their own, hate to look things up in a standard dictionary, will jump at the chance to use something "electronic" to "play" with. The buttons are difficult to use at first but with continued use, I just got used to them. I like the capability it has when I start to type a word, it will continue it for me. This is my second Zelco Bookmark Dictionary II. My first one lasted a few years.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All went well, smooth and as expected.
Guest More than 1 year ago
perhaps if you could spell it would work better!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This electronic bookmark dictionary is really great to have while reading. I'm taking English and Psychology classes in college and I find it useful to carry one of this thing. I think that it would be a great gift for someone who goes to school.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It doesn't stay in the pages and it can't even lok up the word theives. It SUCKS. it is the worst thing ever created by humans IT'S A RIP OFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!