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Come on, you knew it would come to this. In an industry obsessed with 3D as a means of boosting sales, somebody was bound to introduce a 3D tablet that requires glasses (polarized, no doubt). While other companies like Sharp have 3D tablet ambitions designed around its glassesless parallax barrier ...

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Digital Cube may not be a household name in portable media players (at least on this side of the Atlantic), but there's no doubt that its latest attempt at greatness is a real looker. The touchscreen-based i-Station E9 arrives with an expansive 3-inch panel, hardly any buttons to speak of, an FM t...

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It sure is tough for iPod docks to stand out from the pack these days, but it looks like Logic3 has found one fairly unique way to get its new i-Station Rotate unit noticed, with it packing a rotating mechanism that will let you adjust your iPod or iPhone to suit your screen format. Other than tha...

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Another month, another i-Station. This time, though, Digital Cube has really managed to pique our interest with the T5, a fifth-generation PMP that boasts such luxuries as inbuilt HSDPA and a 4.8-inch WVGA (800 x 480 resolution) display. We're also told that it'll be rocking a T-DMB TV tuner, an F...

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One thing's for sure about Digital Cube's i-station UDIC: it's not your mother's electronic dictionary. Boasting a full (albeit tiny) QWERTY keyboard and a unique swivel screen, the HDD-packin' device could easily be mistook for a miniature UMPC (a convertible one, at that). Just in case you've fo...

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At this point, we're fairly certain i-Station will only use a number other than "43" in its product titles once it has exhausted the entire US alphabet, but since we're not quite to that point, we're forced to live with U43 this go 'round. As expected, this Korean PMP is packed to the brim with fe...

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There was a lot of iPhone chatter this week -- although Apple might have done all it can to lock the little bugger down, it seems people are still finding ways to extend and explore its capabilities, while AT&T might have finally gotten the hint about those ridiculous paper bills. Logic3 u...

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i-Station's latest GPS / DMB / PMP conglomerate isn't too terribly differentiated from its do-it-all siblings, but the stylish design, expansive seven-inch LCD, and built-in hard drive make it hard to shun. This navigation device includes integrated stereo speakers, a SiRF Star III receiver, DMB T...

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What's with Digital Cube and the number 43? 42, that we could understand but why do we need an S43, T43, G43, and now this, the i-Station M43 all from the same company? Is Digital Cube trying to say that each is one better than the answer to the ultimate question? Anyway, the new M43 PMP flaunts a...

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The first thing you need to know about Digital Cube's i-Station G43 UMPC is that it's small. Not crazy small, just small for a device labeled a UMPC. That's primarily due to that fact that it sports a 4.3-inch, 800 x 480 touch-screen display instead of the big ol' 7-incher featured on most UMPCs. ...

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You know, Casio ain't the only game in town when it comes to these e-dictionary units that seem to be so popular in Asia. The folks at Digital Cube might not be willing to do something so silly as attach a keyboard to one of their PMPs, but they've apparently done just about everything else to pre...

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If Digital Cube's original Mini, which was only released a couple of months ago, wasn't quite shiny enough for you, it looks like they're at it again with the Mini DX, which adds an FM tuner, USB host support and a microSD slot. The player face also got nice little revamp, but otherwise there's st...

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The big trend right now in Asian GPS devices is to include some T-DMB television along with the trusty nav unit (sadly, we've got no idea when us Yanks will see anything similar). As such, the i-Station NetForce Navi has just done the inverse, pairing GPS with what we'd previously seen on the simila...

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