Korea's Hannuri Biz has a new "electronic dictionary" for the country that seems to be so obsessed with 'em, recently introducing its Nurian X10 device. Apart from its overwhelming orangeness, this one looks to be fairly standard fare as far as these things go, with the somewhat notable addition of a small LCD on the lid to back up the larger touchscreen on the inside. As you can see, the lid also boasts the necessary buttons to take advantage of some of the device's many non-dictionary functions, including an MP3 player, radio, and voice recorder (you'll also get Xvid support if you pop it open). Look for this one to set you back 319,000 won ($344), with a black version also available for those looking for something a little more discreet.
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