Sharp's not kidding around with this electronic dictionary stuff, and the 20GBs of hard drive space it stuffed into the new RD-CX300 should be proof to any fools who doubt its resolve. Other than the beefy storage, the dictionary is quite simliar to its CX200 predecessor (pictured), with a 4.3-inch color screen, SD card slot, MPEG-4, WMV and MP3 playback, FM radio, e-book viewer, Flash Lite support and a voice recorder. Of course, all that "dictionary" craziness doesn't come cheap, it'll cost you about $500 to pick this thing up when it hits in Korea at the end of April.
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