The Word-Writer BL-80 provides you with perfect Japanese handwriting
If you’ve ever started studying Japanese, you know how difficult the writing system is. There are three separate alphabets consisting of Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji, the last of which is tortuously difficult. It’s complicated to the point that people in Japan who have been brought up in Japanese school systems still struggle with writing these challenging characters.
Sometimes the personal touch of writing something by hand can have a lot of impact, but if you need to write in Japanese, have it be legible, and retain your dignity, you’re going to need help. The Word Writer BL-80 is not only going to hand write the notes for you, it will look like your handwriting is almost pretentiously precise and perfect. It looks like a label-maker, but will let you enter in words, hand it a pen, and write out any message you’d like.
This is capable of writing in Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, the Roman alphabet (upper and lower case), Emojis, Special Symbols, Electrical Terminology, the Cyrillic alphabet, and the Greek alphabet. It comes with a marker, ball point pen, refills for the pen, and 2 pen holders. Since this is a pretty serious device, it comes with a pretty serious price tag at $1,101. It’s a great way to make sure the post office can tell where your letter is supposed to go, and still have the personal touch of your serial killer scrawl inside of the card.
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