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Electronic Dictionary Bookmark – add some digital intelligence to your book reading habits

electronic dictionary bookmark

Ebooks have taken over from traditional printed books with their ease of use and portability. However, there are still some people out there (like me) who prefer reading books the way they are meant to be, on paper. However one cool thing about electronic versions is being able to just tap a word and get a definition pop up while we’re reading. Sadly up till now, that luxury has not been available for printed books.Well, that’s going to change with the new Electronic Dictionary Bookmark that can help you out with any difficult word without breaking your reading rhythm at all. You don’t have to look up the word in a dictionary or search for it on Google any more because this slim dictionary device does it all.


The device comes loaded with definitions for nearly 42,500 words and is slim enough to be used as a physical bookmark to mark your current place in the pages. The screen is back-lit so you don’t need to turn on your lights to see it, and it uses the same button cell battery as most calculators and watches.

The Electronic Dictionary Bookmark is available for $27.12 via QVC or £17.79 from Amazon and comes in three different colors, pink, grey, and white.

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