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41. Franklin Rolodex Elecrtonic Touch
$75.99 $72.95 list($79.99)
42. Franklin Holman Bible Dictionary
$9.49 $6.00 list($14.95)
43. Franklin Rolodex Organizer - 128k
$18.99 $10.00 list($29.99)
44. Franklin Rolodex Electronic Touch
$42.74 list($69.95)
45. Franklin Times Electronic Crossword
$26.07
46. Franklin(R) TWE-118 Translator/Travel
$120.29 list($149.99)
47. Franklin EBM-901 eBookman (Metallic
$55.95
48. Speaking Spanish/English Dictionary
$24.99 $6.00 list()
49. SPELLING CORRECTOR
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50. Franklin MWD-1440 Dictionary and
$99.94 list($129.99)
51. Franklin EBM-900 eBookman (Translucent
$44.27
52. FRANKLIN 5-Language Translator
$19.88
53. FRANKLIN ROLODEX Mini-USB Organizer
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54. Franklin Sprechender Deutsch/English
$9.79
55. Franklin RF-8013 Electronic Organizer
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56. Franklin ADV-2002 Merriam-Webster
$29.95
57. Black Franklin Planner Leather
$49.95
58. FRANKLIN PLANNER BINDER KITFOR
$18.99 list($34.95)
59. Franklin Touch File Organizer
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60. Franklin MWD-400 Pocket Merriam-Webster

41. Franklin Rolodex Elecrtonic Touch File Pro
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000A8VNX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 11556
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Features

  • 512 KB Memory
  • Simple touch screen design with 4 line display w/1 additional line of alphabetical nivigation tabs.
  • Jog dial for quick and easy navigation.
  • One touch index tabs for direct acces to directories.
  • 4.75x3x.5

42. Franklin Holman Bible Dictionary
list price: $79.99
our price: $75.99
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Asin: B0000ACOXI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 3025
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Offers instant search by word/category.
  • Cross reference the major Bible translations and related articles.
  • Includes the complete NIV Holy Bible.
  • Over 6500 detailed articles on people , places, things and events from the bible.
  • 5.35x3.45x.61

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars solid built, convenient, better than just the bible
I bought the Franklin Holman bible dictionary 6 months ago because I wanted something faster to find verses during bible study. The model is HBD 1450 which should not be confused with the BIB 1450 model, which is the KJV and NIV bible only. This unit is the first electronic bible I've own. The unit retails for $89.95 but I got mine for $50.

At first I was intimidated by the user manual I viewed at Franklin.com site but when I received the unit, I was able to intuitively go through the buttons with surprising ease. The HBD has a solid casing and the cover door has a hinge that lets you prop open the unit so it sits upright. Inside the cover is a brief instructional guide to use.

The HBD is a "bookman" which means you can download other books or even a regular dictionary if you purchase the optional $19 connection kit. Franklin provides FREE books at their site including the KJV! Quite impressive. It has 5 lines of display which is about 12-14 in font size. the letters are dots so it is not as sharp letter wise but clearly readable in most conditions. When you turn on the unit it automatically goes to the last verse viewed. It has 5 "touch" buttons for bible footnotes, finding verses, bookmarking, and the dictionary touch button is a toggle between the bible and dictionary. you do NOT need a stylus pen just your fingers or the top point of a pen (I use fingers). It includes the entire old and new testaments in NIV. It has a concordance and cross reference. It even has 6000 archeological articles and research topics built in. Instant search makes finding any word or verse a breeze. At first I thought the keyboard buttons were small but I have no problems entering the right letters.

The bible automatically finishes the book as you type and paging through the verses can be by line or entire verse by using the space button. Highlight a word using the enter button and tap dictionary and it will look up the word's definition if available, sometimes provides an article with historical sites. If you forget what book you are in, a button quickly reveals book, chapter, verse. It shutdowns after 2 minutes or longer so save battery (uses 2 lithium CR2032).

The secondary functions include world and locale time, date, data bank, calculated, metric conversion (very helpful) and currency conversion. You can quickly skip entire chapters with function key and pgdn. an index of important headings through the old and new testament. It has a tutorial and even a help menu to guide you through operations.

The only negatives are the contrast between back screen and letters is poor and verses are difficult to read as the screen is flat and lights reflections make it tough to read. Franklin needs to make contrast sharper and use solid letters. I am happy with the unit. SO much in a small, solid, easy to carry package. I highly recommend the HBD over just the regular bible, you will never be thumbing your way through the bible trying to find a verse again! ... Read more


43. Franklin Rolodex Organizer - 128k
list price: $14.95
our price: $9.49
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Asin: B0002OP856
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 3614
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Features

  • 128kb Memory
  • 3 line touch screen
  • Lifestyle features:Calorie, tip & discount calculators
  • To do list
  • PC sync capability

44. Franklin Rolodex Electronic Touch File
list price: $29.99
our price: $18.99
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Asin: B0000A8VNV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 21286
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Features

  • Simple touch screen design with 4 line display with 1 additional line of alphabetical navigation tabs.
  • Jog dial for quick and easy navigation.
  • One touch operation for all functions.
  • PC sync kit with cable and software included.
  • 4.75x3x.5

45. Franklin Times Electronic Crossword Game
list price: $69.95
our price: $42.74
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Asin: B0002XH6WA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 6087
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Features

  • Over 1000 crossword puzzles from Merriam-Webster
  • Create your own crosswords
  • Crossword & anagram solver
  • Dimensions: 4 3/4" x 3 1/4" x 1/2"

46. Franklin(R) TWE-118 Translator/Travel Ace

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Asin: B00006RSUL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronic Publishers
Sales Rank: 44695
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47. Franklin EBM-901 eBookman (Metallic Black)
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00004WHFL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 9406
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

One of the main complaints about the first few generations of electronicbook readers is their cost--who wants to pay several hundred dollars for theequivalent of a few $3 paperbacks? Enter Franklin's new line of eBookMandevices, available in three different models. We got an early peek at themidlevel eBookMan, which features 8 MB of memory, a sharp 200 x 240 16-levelgray scale display, and excellent versatility.

In addition to being an e-book reader, the eBookMan also plays audio files (bothaudiobooks and MP3s), records voice messages, and functions as a respectablePDA. A flip-up cover and hard rubber outer coating afford protection for thedevice. With a USB-connected cradle, transfers between desktop and the eBookManproceed quickly.

While the eBookMan offers a date book, address book, memo application (usingnatural handwriting recognition), and voice memo recorder, its main angle isstill as a book reader. The large screen and powerful backlight makes readingliterature in the Franklin Reader format clear, though the backlight did seem todrain the batteries rather quickly in our demo unit.

Ironically, the eBookMan's versatility also draws attention to its limitations.While the unit will play MP3 files, it can only store two or three songs at oncewith its 8 MB of memory (the top-of-the-line model, the EBM-911, comes with 16MB). However, if you pick up an optional MultiMediaCard with up to 64 MB ofmemory, it is possible to adapt the eBookMan into a more respectable MP3 player.

While you'll need to spend a little extra to money to get your eBookMan to reachits full potential, the unit's low original cost and variety of applicationsmake it an excellent gateway into the world of electronic literature. --J.Curtis

Pros:

  • Very versatile--PDA, e-books, audiobooks, and MP3s in one device
  • USB connection
  • Large display
Cons:
  • Not currently compatible with Microsoft Reader
  • Short battery life
  • Gray scale only
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Features

  • 8 MB handheld multimedia reader and content player with large, backlit display area
  • Download and read thousands of electronic books or documents, or listen to audio books
  • Listen to your favorite music in MP3 format
  • Write notes in your own handwriting, and record messages in your own voice
  • Keep track of your important numbers, dates, and appointments

Reviews (50)

2-0 out of 5 stars The One Book At A Time eBookMan!
The eBookMan has a lot of promise, but potential buyers should be aware of some major problems. The screen is large, but the contrast between the text and the background makes it hard to read in anything but the best light. Controls are simple and battery life has been good, but the manual has to be downloaded along with the operating system and software. The worst problem is that after spending ... for an additional 64MB, I found that only music files can be saved to the MMC card! Since the OS, utilities and dictionary consume a majority of the built in 8Mb RAM, only 1 or 2 ebooks can be loaded at a time. Page 21 of the manual says you can store any files to the MMC, but Franklin had this to say: "At the present time you are only able to load MP3 files onto the MMC card. You will be able to load other files onto the MMC card soon. Please check our Web site for future postings on this subject." So for now, the eBookMan is actually only a very poor eMusicMan.

5-0 out of 5 stars I also love my eBookman.
I bought the eBookMan for reading books, not for PDA functions or an mp3 player. If I wanted that stuff I would have bought a PDA or mp3 player. Having them in the EBM is just a bonus that I don't take advantage of.

That said, this is a great device for reading ebooks! I can see several common complaints so this device probably isn't for someone who isn't very tech-savvy. True, the documentation is sparse and you have to download the OS(what a bonus though, you get the latest OS and applications!) but it's not terribly difficult. Some people have problems losing everything when they change the batteries and I had this problem also. One call to Franklin support and they sent me a new eBookMan to replace my old one. The new one did not have the same problem. The battery life is fairly short but NiMH rechargables while on the go and using an AC adapter while at home keeps you from going through tons of batteries. The backlight is far from useless, it is absolutely perfect for night reading!

Content was an issue as well. Not for me personally, though, as I found tons of stuff to read between Project Gutenberg free etexts and little science fiction publishers. Now with the latest version of MobiPocket Reader you can buy and download secure MobiPocket eBooks. This should result in a lot more "mainstream" national best seller books being released under the Secure MobiPocket format. Don't forget I get daily news from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Onion and zdnet courtesy of MobiPocket. There are tons of news magazines/papers/online news that you can get.

I also recommend anyone who owns the EBM or is interesting in purchasing check out the eBookMan Yahoo group. You'll find lots of info as far as where to get ebooks and also cool applications that people have developed for it!

Don't buy this for a PDA. If you love reading and think you can handle a little futzing with the tech part of it I recommend this product!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Value and Impressive Features
I bought the Ebookman 901 without knowing anything about it, and I have been very pleasantly surprised at how versatile it is. Just add a 128 MB MMC card (which are now pretty reasonable on E-bay) and you can have 2 hours of music to go! I have another 64 MB MMC card in it on which I have all the books I have downloaded. A 64 MB card will hold almost 100 regular books! The MobiPocket Reader is great for casual reading, and the Franklin Reader has all the navigation features to make it great for references. I can read any book in HTML or TXT format, and there are thousands for free on the web. The Ebookman also has some nice accessories like a car stereo adaptor and an AC adaptor for home use. The PDA functions like Address Book and Memo Book and Date Book are very handy. There are some really fun games. I take this unit when I am traveling, and am never bored. I think if you read the manual and learn how to use it properly, you will love this device. And now you can find them on E-bay and Heartland America for less than 50 bucks. WOW!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great deal for the money!
I've read other reviews for this product that have people complaining about losing their data when the batteries are changed. THIS IS NOT TRUE if you're carefull. First of all, my ebookman came with a bright blue warning flier stating that your ebookman needs to be turned OFF when you change the batteries. Pretty simple, huh? Also, don't wait for your battery to completely die before you change it. The main menu screen has a battery meter in the bottom right hand corner, and I just switch out the batteries when the meter reaches 10%. I primarily use my ebookman to read ebooks and I love it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Data clears with battery change
Each time you replace the battery you have to reload all of your data. Don't waste your money on this one. ... Read more


48. Speaking Spanish/English Dictionary

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Asin: B00008KJ2N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 5360
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Features

  • Built in ROLODEX Organizer with telephone book and world clock.
  • Calculator and Metric/Currency Converter for quick math
  • Download eBooks and eNews from the Internet with PC Connectivity Kit included. Click here for more details
  • Hear 600 travelers' phrases in recorded human voice, useful for business and leisure travelers
  • Dimensions: 5 5/8" x 3 7/8" x 5/8"

49. SPELLING CORRECTOR

our price: $24.99
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Asin: 1567120709
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 16901
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50. Franklin MWD-1440 Dictionary and Thesaurus with Bookman II
list price: $49.94
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Asin: B00000JSG0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 6716
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Why pull heavy books off the shelf when you can consult your lightweight, portable Franklin MWD-1440 dictionary and thesaurus? It easily fits into your pocket and includes games and spelling correction, too.

The MWD-1440, an electronic version of a Merriam-Webster dictionary and thesaurus, is easy to set up and learn. Just insert two coin-cell batteries (included) to get the unit running. Operating the MWD-1440 is intuitive, but Franklin has also included a manual in English and Spanish, as well as condensed instructions that appear on the inside of the unit's protective cover.

To look up a word, turn on the unit, type the word, and press Enter. For example, when we evaluated the MWD-1440, we looked up "iconoclast," and the unit displayed two complete definitions along with the word's Middle Latin and Middle Greek etymology. We pressed the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through the information. For a list of synonyms, we pressed the Thes button, and the unit displayed six synonyms for the first definition and four synonyms for the second definition. While the unit is simple to operate, typing is difficult because of the tiny keys.

In addition to dictionary and thesaurus functions, the unit has a crossword-puzzle solver, a calculator, and a metric/currency converter. There's also a searchable list of SAT words for those studying for the college boards. The Confusables feature marks words that are commonly confused with each other (for example: their, they're, and there) and clarifies them. The Learnables feature includes flashcards that display words and allow you to guess the definitions; you can press Enter to see if your answer is correct. The unit also contains nine games: Hangman, Anagrams, Word Train, Word Builder, Jumble, Link Four, Link Four (for two players), Tic Tac Toe (for one player), and Tic Tac Toe (for two players).

With its low price, expandability, and portability, the Franklin MWD-1440 makes a fine pocket-sized dictionary and thesaurus. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and learn
  • Includes games and other extras

Cons:

  • Keys are small
  • Limited viewing area
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Features

  • Dictionary with 100,000 words
  • Thesaurus with links to 500,000 words
  • Permits phonetic spelling
  • Fun games, calculator, metric/currency converter
  • Supports Bookman II book-card system

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little dictionary
This little machine can do almost anything I love it. I use it for everything, for dictionary, thesaurus, 9 games, sat words, spelling bees, metric converter, calculator, and much more. If there is anything it doesn't have you can buy one of the bookman cards at franklin.com to make the mwd-1440 even more versitile like a spanish-english dictionary and more. If you don't have this you should buy it, it's just so helpful!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Terrific Electronic Dictionary!
I just recieved this as a gift and I couldn't be more pleased! Its features include a very expansive dictionary and thesaurus, fun games, word lists, SAT words, flashcards, and a unique addition called Bookman. I really like the Word list feature because you are able to add a total of forty words at a time and then use your own words as flashcards. Although I have not used the Bookman, the idea of a electronic card with book length material on them is useful. All of these features combine to form an excellent hand-held dictionary that resolves the nuisance of leafing through a large dictionary. I highly recommend this product, and consider it the best there is to offer in electronic dictionaries.

5-0 out of 5 stars great ending
The Franklin MWD-1440 Dictionary and Thesaurus with Bookman II
is a perfect purchase for those who expected more from the MWD-1300. It is a rolicking tale of words fed into a dictionary and a thesaurus then spit out through an electronic keyboard and screen at the touch of a finger (or fingers). It rocks from A to Z! Buy it and you'll never look back.

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this little thing. I take it with me everywhere.
I got one of these things for Christmas a couple years ago, and I don't know how I got along without it, (at least until I lost it a while ago, but I'm sure I'll find it eventually).

The dictionary is very useful, I never read a book without this by my side anymore. (The expansion pack for an increased dictionary is a great addition.) It's detailed enough that I often look up words I already know just because I'm sure I'll find some new meaning to them. As a spell checker I've almost never been let down by this little toy, except for the few rare (but frustrating) cases where it just didn't know the word exists. I don't use the thesaurus much, so I can't comment on that functionality.

The little games are great to play when you have a spare moment. They're a fun way to improve your vocabulary. Since I never leave the house with this thing, I'll always take it out whenever I'm in a long line or on the bus.

An issue I have with this gizmo: There's a pretty low limit on how many words it can "learn" (remember for later use), around 20-25 I think. I often have it learn new words so I can memorize them more thoroughly later on through the flashcard game, and it's bothersome when I hit the limit.

The flip case could be a bit easier to use, but that's a very minor complaint.

(Note that I don't have a lot of experience with other handheld dictionaries, just a scarce half-dozen that I've played with that have been lying around. I'm giving this gadget 4 stars just based on general usefulness in my life.)

5-0 out of 5 stars very handy
I bought the MWD-1440 some time ago and I find it very useful for quick lookup of words as well as thesarus entries. I can store a short wordlist of the words i didnt know and view them as flash cards too! Its a great buy. ... Read more


51. Franklin EBM-900 eBookman (Translucent Blue)
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00004WHFK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 25265
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Franklin EBM-900 eBookman is an 8 MB multimedia and content playerin a pocketable format. With the eBookman, you can download and read or listento thousands of your favorite books. For reading comfort, the eBookman has alarge display that shows 87 percent more information than other handhelddevices. If you need to check a definition while reading a book, the eBookmancomes with an easily accessible Merriam-Webster dictionary. You can also listento music by downloading your favorite songs in MP3 format. The built-inmicrophone allows you to record messages that you can play back anytime, orwrite quick notes using either the built-in stylus or the pop-up keyboard. TheeBookman has a calendar, address book, to-do list, and scheduler so you canremain organized by carrying all of your important personal data with youwherever you go. The eBookman features state-of-the-art compression, highlysophisticated search, and easy-to-use hypertext.

The Franklin EBM-900 eBookman comes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 8 MB handheld multimedia reader and content player with large display area
  • Download and read thousands of electronic books or documents, or listen to audio books
  • Listen to your favorite music in MP3 format
  • Write notes in your own handwriting, and record messages in your own voice
  • Keep track of your important numbers, dates, and appointments

Reviews (72)

4-0 out of 5 stars A Terrific Bargain
I've been using the eBookMan for almost 2 weeks now. This is the Swiss army knife of PDAs, and it is much better for some purposes than others.

Pros - Nice looking item at a great price; Downloading and reading books and magazines (many free!) works very smoothly. Understanding how to manage files using the Desktop Manager takes a little study, and it is a little confusing to have two separate eBook programs to deal with, but the instruction booklet is very good; The handwriting recognition is surprisngly good, and there is also an optional on-screen keyboard; The various included software (plus the free downloads upon registration, including dictionaries) are worth the purchase price by themselves.

Cons - The built in speaker is barely audible at full volume, although earphones (optional) will help with this; To record a voice memo you almost have to shout to have it loud enough to hear on playback; I originally rated the MP3 quality as poor, based on the sample included with the device. After loading in an MP3 of my own, I would rate the MP3 quality as acceptable. The volume is low even with headphones and set to the highest level, but it was not nearly as distorted as the awful sample they provided. I would still not recommend this unit if the primary reason for purchase is listening to music or taking voice memos; The only way to input adresses, to-do lists, etc. from your computer is from MS Outlook, unless you are willing to shell out nearly [dollar amount] for a utility program which expands this capability to a few more existing programs (such as Lotus Organizer). I would love to see a free or cheap dedicated PIM program for the PC end to allow input of contact info without having to shell out for Outlook (does not work with Outlook Express).

Other points - Unit did lock up twice, but responded to a soft reset without loss of info; You should consider rechargable batteries to save money in the long run; Screen is fairly reflective, so angle of light source is important; Backlight is weak and is only useful in completely dark room; Keep in mind that unit must be activated online and is not functional without a PC and internet access.

4-0 out of 5 stars After some initial problems, a decent ebook reader
If I had reviewed this product 7 months ago when I first got it, I would have given it a big fat 0 because all those thousands of free titles offered by Franklin Publishing's website did not download complete books using the Franklin Viewer. Also I had a great deal of trouble getting the OS to load. Eventually I solved the problem, something to do with a driver, but I gave up on it as a book reader because I wanted all those out of print titles that Franklin promised me! So it gathered dust for a few months until I decided to give it another try. This time when I downloaded the OS, MobiReader was included and I could get ALL of the book on my device. So I am now satisfied with my purchase.

I don't have any use for those PDA features like address book, memo, to do book, so I just retired them to desktop manager's Library instead of Contents folder so I have more memory for books.

The only negative thing I can say about it is there is a glare problem with the screen and I thought it came with backlight feature but that is my fault for picking the cheapest model. Otherwise I am very happy with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars My EBM-911 overheated.
Why Franklin built this device to run on regular batteries, I'll never know. About six months into ownership, I was reading an ebook when my hand began to feel heat coming from the unit. I shut it off and removed the batteries-- they were so hot, I dropped them. I tried another set of batteries and they overheated. I now read ebooks on my Compaq Aero pocket pc, which I've had for 3 years. The screen is smaller, but the device is dependable, with a rechargeable lithium battery.

1-0 out of 5 stars One star for the bigger screen
I was so excited when I bought this. Smaller and lighter than a real book, it fits in my bag, ebooks are cheaper and dpn't waste natural resources. Now I realise that I made a mistake. Firstly, the batteries can die without notice so I needed to keep a file backup with me at all times, secondly I had to go to the net to register the operating system when the batteries failed (which they did quite often). Thirdly, although the screen is larger the text can be quite difficult to read in certain light. Lastly, the machine uses it's own operating system which will not read pdf files or microsoft reader (lit)files. Most importantly, technical support is really bad. I lost my operating system six days ago and could not contact the server, I contacted technical support that day and they have just gotten back to me today to say that the server is down and they don't know when it will be back. My advice? Don't waste your money.

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this thing
I love the ebookman 911. The screen is wider than my pda, it's also thinner and less bulky. Plus as an added bonus, it has a nice scroller on the side which makes it a lot easier to turn the page. I also like that you can change the batteries instead of having to wait forever to recharge the darn thing like my pda.

My only problem and the reason I didn't give it 5 stars is b/c of the gray screen. It might not bother anyone else but the lack of color bothers me enormously and is the reason I bought my pda in the first place. So while I think the eBookman is great, I wish they would come out with a color version and I would get rid of everything else. ... Read more


52. FRANKLIN 5-Language Translator PageMark Edition

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Asin: B0000C7L9K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin
Sales Rank: 6075
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Features

  • 210,000 totaltranslations to and from English, French, German, Italian and Spanish
  • Over 5,000 phrases organized by category
  • Enter words by how they sound with phonetic spell correction
  • Rolodex databank stores 100 names/numbers with password protection
  • Local/world clock

53. FRANKLIN ROLODEX Mini-USB Organizer RL-8221

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Asin: B0006M2PVE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin
Sales Rank: 4913
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Features

  • Includes keychain
  • Battery Type 1 x CR-2025 (included)
  • Size 3 3/4 x 1/2 x 1 1/2 inch
  • Weight Approx 1 oz

54. Franklin Sprechender Deutsch/English Professor FFB-26410-00 A

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Asin: B000093BNG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 45325
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55. Franklin RF-8013 Electronic Organizer

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Asin: B00006RSYD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronic Publishers
Sales Rank: 9576
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars durable funny better than many franklin organizers
at nine dollars this thing does many things plus does them affectionately vastly more durable + better than the 8121 or the glum 8131 Any organizer over $70 might do well to bundle the thing with I think many people will prefer this little organizer kind of like getting two glasses at the optometrist

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the money....
If you need something to write down ideas, lists, dates, phone numbers. This little guy will do just fine. User interface is a tad akward at first but ok once you get the hang of it.

1-0 out of 5 stars A waste of money
It doesn't have search option. You can spend a lot of time to find sth in it.
It is difficult to use keyboard. Try another product. ... Read more


56. Franklin ADV-2002 Merriam-Webster Advanced Dictionary & Thesaurus
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B000034D62
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 34004
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57. Black Franklin Planner Leather Binder Kit for pock-pc/palm Systems

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Asin: B00006BBLR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Covey
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58. FRANKLIN PLANNER BINDER KITFOR THE COMPACT IPAQ

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Asin: B00005KIQM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Covey
Sales Rank: 27976
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
This was a very hard item for me to track down, since everybody advertised it, but no one stocked it.

It fits the Ipaq like a glove and using standard Franklin Covey pages, is highly useful.

The only improvement I would make is to move the strap on the bottom of the Ipaq over so I could plug in a USB cable without removing the device from the case. ... Read more


59. Franklin Touch File Organizer
list price: $34.95
our price: $18.99
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Asin: B0002OP85G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 5990
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Features

  • Touch screen design
  • One touch function keys
  • Alphabetic navigation keys
  • PC sync included with free Intellisync software
  • 2 reference books included: Spell checker & foreign language phrases

60. Franklin MWD-400 Pocket Merriam-Webster Dictionary
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00000JSFZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Franklin Electronics
Sales Rank: 19988
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Who needs the Franklin MWD-400 Pocket Merriam-Webster handheld electronic dictionary? Not just kids and students. You are hereby freed from making excuses that you are a poor speller. The Franklin MWD-400 Pocket Merriam-Webster includes 80,000 words and 274,000 definitions for finding words instantly; plus, you can find a word even if you don't know the correct spelling.

Efficient,accurate, and a light 0.55 pounds, the MWD-400 is easy to carry around and incredibly convenient to use. Pressing only a few buttons reveals just the right word; moreover, there are several practical options. The four-line display aids in readability, and the MWD-400 has a spell checker with phonetic spelling correction, comparable with more complicated electronic dictionaries. It also offers much more.

Ultimately, the Franklin MWD-400 Pocket Merriam-Webster is a dictionary that anyone can use as a reference tool, to expand your vocabulary, as an academic or business tool, and, remarkably, for fun. Each time you turn the unit on, you can learn a new word. Both adults and kids will enjoy playing spelling-bee and flash-card games while improving spelling and vocabulary. Relax with crossword puzzles, or play one of seven amusing games.

In school and in business, precise spelling and appropriate word usage reflect favorably on your preparation. You won't find the millions of citations usually published in hard-bound dictionaries, but for common English usage, you can hardly find a better half-pound friend. ... Read more

Features

  • Hand-held electronic dictionary with up to 4-line display
  • Includes 80,000 words, 274,000 definitions, and LEARNables
  • Find words instantly
  • Learn a new word each time you turn the unit on
  • Phonetic Spell Correction

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Elementry
I have never written a product review but I felt very compelled to do so after buying and using this product that had received such high marks. This product does not even contain the most basic words that a middle school student would come across in their daliy work and I a very certain that this would be of no use to a college student. I read the review of this product that the university english professor had posted highly endorsing this product. This will be of absolutely no use to any college unless they are looking up words like "house, car, people, ect." This machine will not give definitions for many of the basic words that it can spell such as "compell." There are some good spell checks but this is not one of them.

3-0 out of 5 stars more words!
most of the words in here I already know... Franklin should produce a dictionary of more obscure, academic words. but it's good for spelling, I guess....

5-0 out of 5 stars Thiis thinge is rally, rally grate.
Wow, I cant bileave how grate thiis thinge is and stuf. Before i Got thiis thinge my spalling wuz horibel. not no more. Its rally grate now and Im thinkin Ill get my high skool g.e.d. Thanks, Franklin Electronics!

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT!
This is a great product. It works vary well. I bought it to use for looking up words in books i'm reading (my favorite hobby, besides chess). A great way to increase your vocabulary. (and your spelling)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for Students!
This handheld Franklin MWD 400 electronic dictionary is an excellent buy because it is efficient and accurate, as well as small and easy to carry around, and relatively inexpensive. It has a spellchecker that is comparable with higer priced, more elaborate electronic dictionaries; it offers several feasible options. It offers viable definitions for thousands of the most commonly used words. The purpose of the dictionary is just that: to be a dictionary - it is NOT just a spellchecker [which often is not helpful in other models] nor is it cluttered with a scheduler or other distracting major features: It focuses on words, their spelling, and definitions. This is a must for any serious student, whether college or high school. I am now requiring it for my college English students. ... Read more


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