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Word on the street is that this 3.8-inch Android 2.2 monster with an IPS display was shown off by LG at KES 2010 a few weeks ago -- the same Korean event that brought us a 70-inch multitouch table, by the way -- and it's just now making the rounds with some real-world demonstrations of what it can

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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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In addition to the 03, Willcom has unveiled a pair of other handsets for release this summer on its Japanese PHS airwaves. The 03's a hard one to top -- pretty much any smartphone, a morphing keypad, and a WVGA display is going to make things tough on the competition -- but Sharp has a second entry

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With the bevy of proprietary speaker systems out there, it's refreshing to see Axxen drop an unbiased (albeit oddly shaped) boombox of sorts that'll play nice with just about anything. Hot on the heels of its minuscule Playdisc, the company is still making noise at KES by unveiling its i-EGG DAP sp

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The flashy gizmos that keep popping up at this year's Korean Electronics Show continue to impress, and next up is dCube's media-playing extraoridinaire, the MV-8600HD. This stylish box boasts an optical drive that plays nice with a myriad of formats, including HD XviD, MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, IFO, ASF

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Here's yet another spectacle that's being thrown down solely in the Korean market. A4Tech has unveiled a glass-friendly mouse designed by Roysche which breaks the stereotypical belief that laser-equipped mice don't get along with clear surfaces. The Glaser Mouse X6-70D sports a very ordinary design

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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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Yes, the LG N1TGOOK-K1 has an unfortunately awful name, but that aside it's actually a pretty sexy little device. It's loaded up with Windows Mobile 5.0, runs on an Intel PXA270 312 MHz processor, brings 128MB of flash memory and 64MB of SDRAM -- so ready an SD card and check your media out on its

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