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Does it talk? Want to buy it as a gift for someone to improve their english and pronounciations... 6 Mar 2014
No it does not talk.
My old version ER6100 was able to be set to large font, which I needed as I am visually impaired. Can this version do the same ? 15 Nov 2014
Hello Mrs Dunn. There is a large font. The size is approx Times New Roman 22 if that helps.
The answer to your question is Yes
Does it do wild card searches? 22 Apr 2014
There is a Wildcard function for example if you are unsure of part of the spelling of a word using "?" or "*" or "#" for the letter(s) of which you are unsure. Example: home*er. Press Enter: Result: homesteader, homeworker, homebuyer, homemaker. Hope that helps.
Can you access lists of countries, birds, flowers, authors etc? I find this extremely useful for some puzzles. 9 Feb 2015
I can only speak for myself & the answer is yes,
Have they improved the screen on this model? 7 Jun 2014
The screen is too small and I don't like this Seiko model compared to my previous slightly larger Seiko concise oxford dictionary/thesaurus/encyclopedia model, which is altogether clearer, more concise, more useful and easier to use.
I have an old Franklin electronic dictionary (over 10 years old) but the crossword solver is dreadfully slow. What's it like on the Seiko? 26 Feb 2015
No experience of any other device in recent years, but i would say this does the job