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[CES 2010] The world’s a global village now, eh, but communicating with folks from other countries might not be as easy as you think especially with a language divide. The Lingo Xplorer 52 is here to help, where it supports 52 different languages ranging from Arabic to French, Korean, Latvia and Urdu among others. Capable of translating and talking over a million words while handling more than 100,00 travel phrases, you also gain the capability of a voice/memo recorder. Additional features include an FM scan radio, an 8-line display with LED backlight, eight currency conversions and world time in 360 cities. Just in case you get bored and don’t have a PSP or DS with you, there are always 8 travel games to keep yourself entertained. There is a 6-month warranty attached with each purchase, where it is tipped to arrive in North America next week for $299.95. When asked about future software updates, there was no comment from Lingo themselves, so let’s keep our fingers crossed that the answer will be in the affirmative. This is more of a casual device, and if you’re trying to close a multi-million dollar deal, we’d strongly recommend you hire a personal translator to get the job done instead.

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