We've always wondered why companies kept cranking out e-dictionaries
for the demographic too proud to actually bust one out in public and get their learning on, but Sharp
is making amends by offering up a new model in the KIDSDIC series. The KD-E1 arrives in a colorful orange and white enclosure, and features an internal speaker, headphone jack, color display, several mini-games, stories, and songs to keep your kid intrigued in between vowels. Judging by the button layout, it looks like this is a Korean-only gizmo for the time being, but those in Seoul can try to convince their kids that this is cooler than a PSP
for a stiff ?365,000 ($397).