When it comes to learning a new language, there is nothing more frustrating than not understanding a crucial word or phrase. For those looking for a quick, easy and simple answer to their Hebrew-English translating needs, the Quicktionary®TS – a hand-held pen scanner (scanning translator) – is an ideal solution that gives fast, accurate and reliable results to people on the move.

Hebrew English Pen Scanner Translator

The Quicktionary®TS is the perfect gift for tourists coming to Israel, new immigrants or anyone learning the Hebrew language.

The translator works by means of Optical Character Recognition (OCR), a sophisticated technology that allows printed words to be scanned and displayed as machine-encoded text. With its ability to recognize a wide-range of font types and sizes, it is the optimal tool for using with books, newspapers, magazines and even business documents.

However, the Quicktionary®TS does not only offer scanning features. The machine’s virtual keyboard can be used to type in words manually, allowing users to understand signs, street names and other types of text that cannot be easily scanned. The device comes with a handy stylus – suitable for both left- and right-handed users – that makes inputting text almost as easy as running the translator over a line of print.

Unlike dictionaries or other bulky translation gadgets, the simple-to-use Quicktionary®TS translator is small and light enough to carry around with ease, but large enough to clearly display up to five lines of copy. In addition, while some other translators on the market can only handle individual words or simple text, the sophisticated Quicktionary®TS is equipped to deal with idioms and phrases that are not always easier for non-native speakers to understand.

The Quicktionary®TS’s games component can also be used to practice new vocabulary. And, to ensure that new words are not forgotten, the device has an extensive history facility that stores the last 80 words looked up.

As an added bonus, the Quicktionary®TS has an audio option that allows users to hear the translation either through the built in speakers or using earphones, making sure that when they come to use their new words, they pronounce them clearly and accurately.

The Quicktionary®TS runs on two AAA batteries, making it highly portable. Weighing just 100 grams, it is small enough to fit inside a purse, pocket or wallet, while its intuitive operating system makes it easy for anyone to use anywhere, anytime.

To ensure that the batteries do not run out, the instrument comes with an automatic shut-down feature, making sure the Quicktionary®TS does its job day-after-day.

Although Quicktionary®TS for French and Spanish has been available for years, Israel-catalog.com is the first and only company in the world to offer this indispensible device with Hebrew-English/English-Hebrew capabilities.

Buyers who pre-order the Quicktionary®TS before the middle of August will receive the translator for a special introductory price of US$149.95, a 43 percent saving on the list price of US$263.45, and a US$20 saving on the regular Israel-catalog.com price of US$169.95.

With the capacity to recognize more than 300,000 words, the Quicktionary®TS ensures that learners will never be lost for words again.

New & Exclusive to Israel-Catalog & the Jpost store! World wide premier of hand held OCR pen scanner that scans and simultaneously translates Hebrew words & phrases into English.
Also scans English to Hebrew/Russian/Arabic and many other languages.


Hebrew English handheld dictionary
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