New York, NY (PRWEB) April 30, 2007
Ectaco, Inc. (http://www.ectaco.com) today announced the release of their new English-Russian iTRAVL NTL-2R device - the first is a line of over 120 different products based on a new handheld platform.
Poised to make the life of anyone who travels for business or pleasure much more convenient and enjoyable, Ectaco has provided something that anyone who has ever tried to speak in a foreign language will instantly recognize as the ultimate solution to international communication.
"iTRAVL is a new concept in symbiosis of travel reference, linguistics and electronics," said Ectaco CEO David Lubinitsky. "Travelers now have a resource available that will change the way we communicate forever. The compact iTRAVL device is not only a very desirable piece of sophisticated technology but is also immensely practical. With its superior speech recognition and abundant linguistic resources, it is a dynamic solution to the demands of international communication. Now everyone can deal with emergencies, speak to business partners and find the nearest restaurant as easily as they do in their own language."
Unlike dictionaries and paper-based grammar resources whose level of interactivity is limited to the reader turning a page, iTRAVL puts a massive amount of linguistic capability in users hands accessed via a powerful user-friendly interface that makes it an effective way to navigate and learn a foreign language.
Based on proprietary Speech Recognition, Speech Analysis and voice output technology, a built-in Language Teacher system provide an extremely short learning curve in language learning before the user can actually speak and understand the foreign language.
The inclusion of additional travel resources like the world-famous Fodor's Travel Guide, CIA World Factbook, Audio Books, Mp3 player and other travel necessities offers a truly astonishing look at the future of international travel. No doubt the release of the English-Russian iTRAVL NTL-2R device from Ectaco will be responsible for far-reaching changes in the way we interact with the world for years to come.
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