SHAREHOLDERS in Group Sense (International), which makes the Instant-Dict translation gadget, saw an 80.2 per cent profit after the first day of trade yesterday. The much sought-after shares saw furious trade of $210.59 million, greater than the $204 million raised. Despite the 2.3 per cent fall in the Hang Seng Index, Group Sense shares, which were floated at $1.02, closed at $1.65 after a high of $1.70. The free one-for-five warrants closed at 94 cents. More than 12 million shares changed hands in direct trades at prices ranging from $1.36 to $1.64 a share. Overall turnover was 133.08 million shares and 40.39 million warrants. The issue was about 280 times oversubscribed, tying up funds of $50 billion. As well as its China ventures, brokers were excited by the company's record as one of the few Hongkong electronics groups with a strong brand name and a track record in product development, despite the youthful management.