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The Sony NEX-7 we reviewed last month is the only cam from the NEX line to include a hot shoe for attaching an external flash, but NEX Proshop just introduced an unofficial workaround for the NEX-5N and NEX-5, a hot shoe adapter that will ship for $79.99. Engadget Chinese got to handle a unit and

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We harbored our doubts as to whether the Meizu M9 would ever be more than unicorn, prancing around the grey matter of CEO Jack Wong, but lo and behold, a honest-to-goodness handset just arrived at our Chinese counterparts' door. Our brothers-from-other-mothers at Engadget Chinese have yet to put th

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You didn't expect us to let something as delicious as Sony's all-new Translucent Mirror Technology slide by without us playing with it, did you? The freshly announced and priced A55 and A33 Alpha DSLRs slipped out in Taipei this morning, where our crack Engadget Chinese reporters were at the ready

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Our compatriots at Engadget Chinese have been doing all the leg work at Computex for us this week, and here's another beauty they caught sight of: the ASUS Eee PC 1101HGO. Yes, this is something we have not previously spied... or have we? This newest addition to the Seashell line is extremely sim

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We first caught sight of ASUS' totally weird Eee Keyboard -- a full PC with an Intel Atom N270 CPU built in -- way back at CES in January. Well, our friends at Engadget Chinese have laid hands on it at Computex, and it's looking a bit different than what we expected... and a whole lot more awesome

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Been thinking about investing in a Vii -- the low-rent Chinese knock-off of Nintendo's Wii -- but you're just not sure you want to fork over the cash? Check out this footage of the infamous console in action, delivered by our friends at Engadget Chinese. Just imagine getting together with your whol

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Apparently, in other parts of the world, Haier (a minor brand here in the States) is busy manufacturing highly expensive and totally bizarre laptop computers. The cats over at Engadget Chinese have gotten their hands on info concerning this totally outrageous laptop / tablet PC, apparently an offsh

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Has it already been two years since we launched two fresh new international versions of the site, Engadget Español and Nihongo? We do dearly love our crew over there, Jose Andrade, Alberto Ballestin, Héctor Labeaga, José Mendiola, Ittousai, and everyone else making Engadget a f

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While we're busy sipping iced girly drinks in the shade Stateside, considering which laptop-lite du jour most deserves a spot in our gadget bag, our Engadget Chinese counterparts are sweating it up in Taipei, blowing out the coverage on Computex Taipei (like always). Head on over to our sister site

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In the grand Engadget tradition of nerds gathering together to ogle tech and consume alcohol -- well, we can only assume alcohol was involved, due to TMX Elmo's apparent popularity -- Engadget Chinese pulled off quite the party the other night, with appearances by all three new-gen consoles and ple

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Not really a major show for news in the US, but in case you were curious as to how Engadget Chinese fared at SINOCES (China International Consumer Electronics Show), you can see the results for yourself below. In a few words, an impressive showing from our Chinese counterparts, always prepared to t

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Trade show season's pretty much over in the States, but things are just heating up over in China. After last month's massive Computex blowout, Engadget Chinese is on the scene at SINOCES (China International Consumer Electronics Show). Check out their coverage below; even if you don't speak Chinese

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Well wouldn't you know it? Last week Engadget China had a reader meetup of their very own out Hong Kong way. We really do wish we could have been there to hang out, but it looks like the situation was firmly in hand without us sad American sacks starting to wax poetic about how much we love our rea

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We're not nearly as into DualCor's cPC Windows convergence device now that we found out it doesn't come with any built-in wireless radios, but we've still been looking forward to catching it in the wild just the same, because any pocket-sized machine that sports both XP and WM5 is more than a littl

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Yep, they're still over there kicking it Taiwan style at Computex, one of the largest computer and component trade shows around. Peep their Origami coverage, ATI tour, and Smartphone booth tour below. Don't forget, even if you don't speak traditional or simplified Chinese, there's plenty to enjoy o

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You didn't really think that just because the Computex trade show is going on halfway around the world, we wouldn't send a crack team of reporters to cover the event, did you? While our US staff neglected to renew their passports in time for their flights, the folks over at Engadget Chinese (tradit

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