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There's not a ton of details on this one just yet, but Hyundai IT is reportedly showing off this 70-inch multitouch table at the Korea Electronics Show this week -- in concept form, at least. While there's no specs -- apart from the fact that it's \"HD\" -- Hyundai is apparently saying that you'd be

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Sick of news from the Korea Electronics Show? Of course not, that's why you're reading Engadget on a beautiful Sunday instead of being outside and enjoying the world. We've just come across this new piece of Haier hotness, the HV-2200TSW. Oh yes, it's comin' atcha with a 1,680 x 1,050 resolution, p

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You didn't think that we were done with products from KES did you? Oh no, we've got another strictly-foreign device for you to lust after. How about an Anam portable media player with a T-DMB tuner? Yeah Sharp's got a similar device, but this one has 7 channels of digital television along with 13 c

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While everyone is still waiting for the true video iPod, LG appears to have kinda sorta beat 'em to the punch with its new \"&37.\" Sure, we've seen touchscreens before on media players and even electronic dictionaries -- but none of them come in brushed aluminum, and really, who doesn't love bru

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Sure, we've seen HSDPA in cellphones, laptops, but not too many media players. In a special event at the Korea Electronics Show, Digital Cube debuted its new media players, the HSDPA-rockin' NetForce and its little cousin, the Mini. The NetForce will bring 3G via \"an external module\" and otherwise

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As much as we love wrapping a hand around the sexy curves of our ergonomic Logitech mouse, the rather bulky input device isn't always practical for the geek-on-the-go, which is why companies like Samsung have developed waifish little mice such as the model pictured above. On display at this year's

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