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Ectaco jetBook mini is a budget-friendly e-Book Reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2010

If you’re looking for a new e-Book reader, but need one at an affordable price, check out the jetBook mini from Ectaco. Sure, that design looks like it is made for a child, but cheapskates can’t be choosers. This baby is priced at just $99.95.

It comes equipped with a 5-inch TFT display, an SD card slot (up to 2GB), clock and date functions, adjustable font sizes, a multi-language interface and it runs on 4 AAA batteries which are included.

ECTACO releases super-enhanced language communicator

Posted in Translators by Nino Marchetti on July 7th, 2008

ECTACO iTRAVL NTL-9C Deluxe

ECTACO, besides being known for its jetBook e-book reader, also does up some pretty interesting language devices. The latest of these is the iTRAVL NTL-9C Deluxe and you’ll find it pricing around $760.

The ECTACO iTRAVL NTL-9C Deluxe is designed to recognize and translate spoken voice commands, translate what is typed in and help one locate what you need while traveling. It is also designed to be connected to a microphone so it can be used in-car in a hands-free setting as well.

ECTACO’s jetBook reader

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2008

ECTACO’s jetBook reader
ECTACO has nothing to do with a taco, yet they have some pretty big ideas about the future of reading books and they are not afraid to let you know. The company says that it’s jetBook reader will allow you to, “Kiss your old-fashioned, dusty library goodbye,” and that’s good because “Not a single tree was cut down to make it!” It’s obviously a life changing device.

Plus it’s bright red and we all know that red is better then a plain old Kindle any day. The device has a 5-inch grayscale display, multi-language support, and bookmarking ability, plus playback of MP3 files, and an SD slot. The red harbinger of death to real books, and savior of trees will cost you $349.95, which might make some of us as red in the face as the device.