Chinese electronic dictionary

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby therat » Tue Jan 21, 2014 11:53 pm

jetsetter wrote:sorry...can i ask if students allowed to use this during exams now? from which level onwards? PSLE as well?


Primary 5 and PSLE exam can use. only for comp
I cant remember whether it can be use on primary 4 or not.

The school will issue a sticker for the approval model e-dictionary.
Same as calculator.

Remember don't let your child deco the calculator especially cover the model name.
If the teacher cannot see the model name on the e-dictionary or calculator.
You might need to buy a new one.

That's what I was told by the principal before PSLE

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby jetsetter » Wed Jan 22, 2014 12:06 am

therat wrote:
jetsetter wrote:sorry...can i ask if students allowed to use this during exams now? from which level onwards? PSLE as well?


Primary 5 and PSLE exam can use. only for comp
I cant remember whether it can be use on primary 4 or not.

The school will issue a sticker for the approval model e-dictionary.
Same as calculator.

Remember don't let your child deco the calculator especially cover the model name.
If the teacher cannot see the model name on the e-dictionary or calculator.
You might need to buy a new one.

That's what I was told by the principal before PSLE



That's a huge relief to learn abt this! No need to sweat over the strokes...Just master HYPY and word recognition.

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby Papamommy » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:09 pm

There was a roadshow at Radin Mas Pri Sch on 11 Feb 2014, school canteen.
My P3 daughter paid $42 for PX2101.
Heard there is a new model also at same price that come with stylus.
Is that true?

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby SAHM_TAN » Sun Apr 06, 2014 9:46 am

Papamommy wrote:There was a roadshow at Radin Mas Pri Sch on 11 Feb 2014, school canteen.
My P3 daughter paid $42 for PX2101.
Heard there is a new model also at same price that come with stylus.
Is that true?


Are you referring to PX2131?

http://www.hansvision.com/shop?Index=3

The retail price list is $65

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby SAHM_TAN » Sun Apr 06, 2014 9:49 am

jetsetter wrote:sorry...can i ask if students allowed to use this during exams now? from which level onwards? PSLE as well?


dd1's tr is asking them to use it in class now for chi compo. Tr, according to dd1, doesn't want them to use the physical dict. So no choice, getting her an e-dict.

I prefer the physical dict to the e-dict though sigh...........

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby therat » Sun Apr 06, 2014 1:01 pm

SAHM_TAN wrote:
Papamommy wrote:There was a roadshow at Radin Mas Pri Sch on 11 Feb 2014, school canteen.
My P3 daughter paid $42 for PX2101.
Heard there is a new model also at same price that come with stylus.
Is that true?


Are you referring to PX2131?

http://www.hansvision.com/shop?Index=3

The retail price list is $65


PX2101 can use until 2018 while PX2131 only up to 2017

http://www.seab.gov.sg/dictionaryList/2 ... ctList.pdf

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby magicpiglet » Sun Apr 06, 2014 2:38 pm

I also prefer e book dictionary compared to e dict, my girl's sch having promo nxt mon n tues for px2051 $35and px2101 $42
Both approved till 2018

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby Sniper Angel » Tue Feb 21, 2017 1:09 pm

Anyone know where could repair the PX2101? One of the button could not be press & the set no longer have any warranty.

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby bluesclue2 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:54 pm

Sniper Angel wrote:Anyone know where could repair the PX2101? One of the button could not be press & the set no longer have any warranty.


You may try here:
A Genuine Technology
1 Rochor Canal Road #05-67 Sim Lim Square
Singapore 188504

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Re: Chinese electronic dictionary

Postby bluesclue2 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:55 pm

Sniper Angel wrote:Anyone know where could repair the PX2101? One of the button could not be press & the set no longer have any warranty.


Hi,

You may try here:
A Genuine Technology
1 Rochor Canal Road #05-67 Sim Lim Square
Singapore 188504

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