It looks like Digital Cube's i-station brand knows no bounds, with it emblazoning everything from UMPCs to PMPs to GPS/PMP/DMB combos, and now even the ever-popular and slightly perplexing "electronic dictionary." That latest entry comes in the form of the i-station UDIC which, like most electronic dictionaries, does a good deal more than just defining and translating, something that should come as no surprise given the device's 60GB hard drive, 4.3-inch touch screen (which can be flipped around), and other decidedly non-dictionary features. No word on a price, but you know where you'll have to go if you want to get your hands on one.

[Via Tech Digest]