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Sharp's latest e-dictionary adds camera, FM tuner, voice recorder

Marc Perton

Sharp continues to innundate the Korean market with electronic dictionaries, all the while adding more features borrowed from the world of PDAs, cellphones and PCs. The latest, the RD-CMP1000, includes an MP3 player, touchscreen display, 1.3 megapixel still/video camera, FM tuner and voice recorder to the usual range of translation features, and ability to display English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean text. At about $365, it still seems a little steep for a glorified Websters, but at least you can still groove to BoA while you're hunting down some translations (such as "lame pop music still knows no borders").

[Via Akihabara News]

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