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Very Limited Use
on 18 September 2015
Bought this Franklin TG112 device primarily to translate English/Danish - Danish/English whilst learning the Danish language, was not expecting too much from it as the price was a very reasonably £10 delivered. Researched around for an electronic language translator that covers English/Danish - Danish/English and found them to be few and far between. Danish is not one of the typical common languages like French, German, Italian, Spanish etc. Electronic translators that have Danish translation ability tend to be very hard to find, poorly supported, or just plain very expensive. Free Android translators, mmmm, yeah right, lots of work still needed before they become close to "nearly useful".
Had this thing for a few days and attempted to translate a random couple of dozen or more pretty common words from English to Danish and or, Danish to English, during this time I think it hit about one or two results with the remainder being changed [because my chosen word was unavailable] for the next available word up or down the Franklin database word list.
The seller was very helpful in the return of this device and it's subsequent refund. From my short use, I found this device be pretty close to useless and would be very hesitant at buying a replacement, higher priced alternative, unless I could actually use it for a short time before purchase. On this occasion the refunded money was better spent on a hard copy book - Danish-English, English-Danish (Routledge Bilingual Dictionary). Vastly superior in content and translation, but not as portable as this little device due to obvious weight and size - pros and cons - book wins hands down.