While we're quite certain you can still buy an "electronic dictionary" that is actually only a dictionary (or, maybe, a thesaurus), that seems to be the exception to the rule in Korea, where devices like the Udea Expert 300W are the norm. Apparently, this is the first such dictionary to boast built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, T-DMB mobile TV and a built-in FM radio, which is more than you can say for most netbooks. Apart from that, you can expect a 4.3-inch WQVGA touchscreen, Windows CE 5.0 for an OS, 2GB of memory, an SD card slot for expansion, TV out, a pair of built-in speakers and, of course, an amply supply of dictionaries to help you out. Look for this one to set you back 418,000 KRW, or about $385.

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