updated 01:15 pm EDT, Tue April 24, 2007
Quickly following its UJ10 media player, Atree has unveiled a new dictionary the company hopes will shake up the normally stiff world of electronic dictionaries. The new device has a slim, stylized shape reminiscent of a media player and has the features to back the claim. DMB and FM receivers pick up digital TV and analog radio; video is playable in either MPEG-4 or WMV on the 4.3-inch screen, with audio supported in MP3, OGG, and WMA forms. External media is loaded in through an SD card slot but is untouched by main memory, whcich stores 50 dictionaries (including English-language offerings from Collins) within 2GB of flash.
Atree should make the UD10 available soon in designer black and white shades, though pricing isn't currently available; the device will likely be sold only in Korea for the immediate future. [via Akihabara]