Become garrulous or loquacious with these pocket dictionaries
In the modern age, individual technologies are being taken over by mobile phones. There is something to be said for having a dedicated device, however, especially in places that you may not have a data connection. Here we have a list of the best electronic dictionaries to help you find the word you need, whenever you need it.
They still have their place
The most important aspect of an electronic dictionary has to be the available word definitions when you are offline. The Franklin DMQ221 has nearly 12,000 word-phrases and definitions, so it is incredibly versatile and our top recommendation. As a bonus, it also has 500,000 synonyms available and six fun word games to improve your vocabulary. It’s small too and will sleep into a school bag easily and safely with its flip-up cover.
For the younger generation, the bright bookmark from IF has some excellent features designed for children, including a framed area so the child can see the word they don’t know. If if you are in high school or college, you may want something like the ScanMarker that integrates with your phone to help you find the words you need to complete assignments. The ScanMarker can even read the words aloud as you scan them, making it extremely helpful for people living with Dyslexia.
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