Centon Launches Webster's Dictionary Fourth Edition On USB

Posted: Oct 12 2007, 10:35am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:19am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Centon Launches Webster's Dictionary Fourth Edition on USB
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If you need a dictionary, but don’t relish the thought of rifling through the pages of a dusty book Centon Electronics has launched the fourth edition of the Webster’s New World College dictionary on a USB flash drive.

You can get the dictionary on either a 2GB flash drive or a 4GB version. The electronic version of the dictionary has 160,000 terms in the database and offers word search functionality. Other features include word help and a misspeller’s dictionary.

"Webster's New World Dictionaries and Wiley are very pleased that the content of the Webster's New World College Dictionary will be offered to Centon customers," said Michael Agnes, editor in chief of the dictionary. "This is a genuine partnership -- one that reaps benefits for both companies as well as for the consumer."

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