Acapela golden tones will give immediate feedback to the PowerDic end users to help them with issues such as pronunciation and support them either in learning processes, travelling situations or business contexts, whenever needed. They will hear the exact pronunciation of the English words or sentences included in the dictionary database.
"Now, along with Acapela's high quality English TTS engine, DIOTEK's brand new PDA dictionary, PowerDic will be a necessity to learn English for the students, adult-learners, travelers and business professionals." said Jung In-Doh, President of DIOTEK.
PowerDic full scale dictionary software suite for PDA and Smartphones provides comprehensive dictionaries of Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese. Advanced search and an easy to use interface are part of the key advantages that allow users to take full benefit of their dictionaries, turning the mobile device into a powerful speech-enabled tool for an enhanced learning and usability experience.
PowerDic is mainly distributed from DIOTEK's web site directly to customers and will also be distributed soon via e-commerce partnerships. PowerDic will also be bundled with PDA/smart phones as well by separate distribution agreements with handheld manufacturers. Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Pantech, Pentech & Curitel, Motorola Korea, VK, SKY Teletech, KTF Teletech, HP Korea, Cyberbank, DELL, Fujitsu Korea, NEC Korea, SK Telecom and Tegic Communications are already part of Diotek customers.
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