In Korea, even the dictionaries are high tech

This slick gadget from Korea is a dictionary of all things. I know, I know… in America our dictionaries are big books or just websites, while in Korea they're gadgets that put most of our fancy tech to shame. This doesn't just have definitions in it, either. Oh no.

It can also play music and video, can stream live TV, play FM radio, and read E-books. It has a built-in voice recorder, a personal organizer that syncs with Outlook, and can even play Flash games. Basically, it's awesome. The only thing it's missing is a phone. Of course, you can't get it unless you live in Korea, where it's for sale now for $381.

Early Adopter's World, via Technabob