Sharp continues to innundate the Korean market with electronic dictionaries, all the while adding more features borrowed from the world of PDAs, cellphones and PCs. The latest, the RD-CMP1000, includes an MP3 player, touchscreen display, 1.3 megapixel still/video camera, FM tuner and voice recorder to the usual range of translation features, and ability to display English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean text. At about $365, it still seems a little steep for a glorified Websters, but at least you can still groove to BoA while you're hunting down some translations (such as "lame pop music still knows no borders").

[Via Akihabara News]

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