pic_c_pen_800_c.gifA person can only enjoy what he reads if he understands what he is reading. This makes sense, right? Plenty of times, people miss the chance to enjoy a good book, all because it’s written in a different language. This happens everywhere. So what’s the solution to this all too common predicament? One might take language lessons; that would work. But what if he finds another interesting book and it’s in another language? Language lessons take time and money, so maybe it’s better to just stick to languages one understands. But hey! That was then, this is now. Presenting the perfect reading tool of the modern age, the C-Pen Scanner! It’s looks and feels just like your regular marker, weighing only 3oz. You can scan documents in over 256 languages, including Armenian (Eastern, Western, Grabar), Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch (The Netherlands and Belgium), English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German (new and old spelling), Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian (Nynorsk and Bokmal), Polish, Portuguese (Portugal and Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Tatar, Turkish, Ukrainian, and 133 Additional Languages with Latin, Cyrillic or Greek characters. When lines are entered into its built-in dictionary, these are recognized and translated in the language of your preference. Pretty handy, huh?

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