It's been a really long time since I have seen anything interesting out of Franklin. The company makes some digital dictionaries and translators that I have never been interested in. Franklin has now unveiled a new product called the AnyBook Reader aimed at kids that is cool.
The device is a voicerecorder with storage functions built-in. To use it a parent gets the kid's favorite book and they place special stickers on each page. The reader is used to touch the stickers on each page and then it records the reading.
Later when the child wants to hear the story again they touch the reader to the stickers and the recorded page plays. There is a version available with 15 hours of storage for $39.99 and a version with 60 hours for $59.99.
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