updated 03:10 pm EDT, Fri April 13, 2007
Sharp finished its week today with the CX300. One of its most luxuriant dictionaries ever, the foldable dictionary has a 20GB mobile hard disk that Sharp says gives ample headroom for both strict learning tools (including educational videos) as well as entertainment. The latter front is covered by a large 4.3-inch screen ideal for the CX300's MPEG-4 and Windows Media video playback support as well as for controlling MP3 music playback or the integral FM radio. Other extras packed into the unit are an eBook reader, Flash support for games and other animated programs, as well as a voice recorder.
The dictionary ships by the end of April primarily to Korea at a price of $499, coming in a red shell slightly thicker than the pictured CX200. [via Pocketables]