Sharp makes the electronic dictionary interesting with the RD-CX310
Sharp continues to knock out electronic dictionaries in the far east, but these days, they’re actually quite interesting – including the RD-CX310.
Not only featuring a dictionary in 82 languages, it also packs in 20 audiobooks, a 30GB drive, 4.3-inch LCD screen, playback of WMV9, MPEG-4 and DivX video as well as MP3 and WMA audio, a voice recorder and an FM tuner.
This is Korea only right now – but it Sharp want this type of device to crossover, could be one to try elsewhere.
Sharp (via Akihabara News)
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