USB-C is a physical specification compatible with the earlier protocols used by the various C-PEN models.
A USB-C to USB-A adapter is however required.
Can I upgrade the ExamReader firmware?
Can I upgrade the DictionaryPen firmware?
Can I upgrade the ReaderPen firmware ?
Which product should i buy?
Education includes ExamReader, ReaderPen, and DictionaryPen and are designed to promote independent reading and learning. Typical users include people with dyslexia, visually impaired people, people with special educational needs, or people studying in a language other then their first one.
Productivity refers to C-PEN products (i.e. the TS1) used to capture notes and quotes from textbooks or papers, or to enter printed text and numbers into business systems.
For more detailed specification, visit the Product page.
Is there a pen that translates?
Please check out DictionaryPen specification.
This product contains multiple first tier dictionaries translating to/from English.
Can the dictionary be turned off?
Can the pen software be updated?
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Does the pen scan italic font?
Yes, all C-PEN models scan most commonly used fonts, including italic.
If you experience scan failures, please check our “How to scan” article.
For scan training it is recommended to start by using text prints with good quality (textbooks, magazines, laser printed documents etc.) before moving on to more challenging qualities (e.g. different colors, dark backgrounds, etc.).
Is it possible to have dictionary definitions read out?
This feature is supported in the monolingual (i.e. English-English) dictionary.
Go to Dictionary\Dictionary settings\Reading settings and enable [Read def].
For more details see ReaderPen user guide.