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Ectaco International, Inc. has released two new translators

NEW YORK - July 6, 2001 - Ectaco, Inc., one of the world leaders in the development of pocket electronic dictionaries, including the acclaimed talking Language Teacher(R) dictionaries, presents two new linguistic software products designed for PDA users:

-- Eng-SerboCroatian (Serbian)

-- Eng-Bulgarian

Pocket Language Teacher allows instant word translation and reverse translation. While developing software products, Ectaco specialists use unique dictionary databases that contain approx. 400,000 words per language pair. Ones you have installed Ectaco software product onto your pocket device, it becomes a powerful and useful translator. You are welcome to visit our site software to get acquainted with the detailed descriptions for each new software product, to see interface screenshots and to place an order.

About Ectaco International, Inc.

Founded in 1990, Ectaco International Inc. is one of the leading developers and manufacturers of handheld translating devices and software. The company currently offers 52 models of pocket electronic dictionaries under the Language Teacher trademark in 24 languages and the software compatible with a number of operating systems. To read more information about Ectaco, Inc. please visit site  

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