Jack of trades, master of none: that, friends, is the Sungale Smart Info Engine. There's very little this breadbox-sized hunk of B-grade electronics can't do -- but what it can do, it does with the elegance and ergonomic grace of a tank. In the off chance you figure out a good place to set it in your home, you'll be able to watch YouTube, awkwardly read e-books, get driving directions (heaven forbid you put this on your car dash), connect memory cards, and even check the time -- but considering that it's too big for an alarm clock and too small for a TV, we wouldn't blame if you if you simply opted to do none of the above.
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Sungale's Smart Info Engine is none of the above

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