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Sharp ships all-in-one kids' teaching computer

updated 02:10 pm EDT, Tue July 3, 2007

Sharp KidsDic computer

Sharp has shipped a unique computer aimed at kids. The KD-E1, also known as the KidsDic, is mainly aimed at teaching English to Korean children; as a result it is loaded with a number of different animated programs, such as quizzes, a picture dictionary and a number of storybooks, with translations on-demand. More importantly, the computer does not stop being useful when learning is over with. Users can store and view photos on the machine, and play MP3 tracks through a simple interface. An SD slot allows transfer of these files to and from a desktop system. Sharp is selling the E1 for 365,000 won ($395). [via Akihabara News]



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