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We talk a lot about robotic exoskeletons that give people almost supernatural lifting skills, but these tend to be confined to labs or science fiction. Not in South Korea, though. Daewoo has been testing suits that let shipyard workers carry objects as heavy as 66 pounds like they're nothing. The

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It's pretty much impossible to say where Daewoo's DIS-E100 HD IPTV set-top-box (not pictured) is headed in terms of operator adoption, but one's thing is for certain: SecureMedia's Encryptonite ONE will be making sure no pirates can plunder with content running through it. In all honesty, little is

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In a parting note from IFA, Daewoo unveiled this odd folding screen, featuring four integrated LCDs. Fully integrated into each of the wood panels, apparently the displays can show video from up to four sources, although there was otherwise little information from the booth staff about the DID-FS.

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Daewoo Lucoms is no stranger to building smallish computers, but it seems to have taken a few obvious design cues from Intel's 2go PC when crafting its own Lukid. According to the firm's site, this kid-friendly PC includes a 900MHz Celeron M ULV processor, 512MB of DDR2 RAM, a 9-inch display, 30GB

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Straight from IFA 2007 in Berlin comes Daewoo's surprise entry into the Blu-ray camp with the company's first player, the DBP-1000. Interestingly, even though Daewoo is probably more well-known for their Trutech ODM devices -- or even their autos -- this player supposedly supports the full 2.0 Profi

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Straight from IFA 2007 in Berlin comes Daewoo's surprise entry into the Blu-ray camp with the company's first player, the DBP-1000. Interestingly, even though Daewoo is probably more well-known for their Trutech ODM devices -- or even their autos -- this player supposedly supports the full 2.0 Profi

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Daewoo is set to show their new DPC-8099PD-I portable DVD and iPod player at IFA on Friday. Should you care? Well, you might if you're in the market for a portable DVD player with full iPod integration and 8-inch LCD. You know, if Philips' gear just won't cut it. Specs include integrated stereo spe

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Apparently being able to zap your meal in favor of kindling up a fire using sticks and lighter fluid just isn't efficient enough. If you'd prefer to maximize your couch time even more by not even mashing buttons on the face of your microwave, Daewoo's new device hears you loud and clear. Sporting a

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Looks like Daewoo was dropping more than nav systems at IFA earlier this month. Lit in a lovely pancreas green was this Daewoo DBD-8000 HD Video Recorder. What it records to we have no idea since there's nothing listed in the specs or printed on that bland chassis. But that ShowView EPG icon bottom

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So today's the first day of IFA, and that means that tons of companies are converging on the German capital to rain down gagdets onto the European populus. And not to be outdone by rival Gramin, Daewoo has announced three new navigation system: the DPN-3500, the DPN-5600 and the ANK-6160. We've got

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If you have a thing for matching brands, you might want to look at Doewoo's first LCD TV. The set has impressive stats with 5,000: contrast ratio, a 6-millisecond response time, PC input and the standard HDMI port. The LCD has a 720p resolution to prove even more that it is just another normal LCD.

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Daewoo has released what appears to be its first LCD TV, the 42-inch SummuS DLD-42C1LMR. Spec-wise the set looks decent enough, with an impressive 5,000:1 contrast ratio, 6-millisecond response time, and HDMI input, although you'll have to settle for 1080i 720p resolution. The display also features

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