Nintendo Answers Back to Talkman

PSP’s Talkman should be ready for some serious competition. Nintendo, not wanting to be left behind, created their own series of portable language tools, welcome the “Tabi no Yubisashi Kaiwachou” (which means Conversation Notebook for Travelers or something of that sort). Volumes 1-5 are said to have a release date of late April 2006.

The languages that Nintendo offers are Thai, Chinese, Korean, American English and German. And just to amp its cute factor, each language is represented by a mascot- an elephant for Thai, a panda for Chinese, a tiger for Korean, a bear for English, and an eagle for German. Now that’s cute. But whether it could topple the competition, that is something that we just have to wait for.

PSP’s Talkman should be ready for some serious competition. Nintendo, not wanting to be left behind, created their own series of portable language tools, welcome the “Tabi no Yubisashi Kaiwachou” (which means Conversation Notebook for Travelers or something of that sort). Volumes 1-5 are said to have a release date of late April 2006.

The languages that Nintendo offers are Thai, Chinese, Korean, American English and German. And just to amp its cute factor, each language is represented by a mascot- an elephant for Thai, a panda for Chinese, a tiger for Korean, a bear for English, and an eagle for German. Now that’s cute. But whether it could topple the competition, that is something that we just have to wait for.

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