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UniChal e-dictionary scans words on the page

updated 04:50 pm EST, Tue December 29, 2009

UniChal intros e-dictionary that scans words

Korea's UniChal has introduced a unique electronic dictionary with the DIXAU DX3. The device can read words on a page and define or translate them with one click. The built-in camera is mounted on a rotating arm, and users interface via a 2.4-inch touchscreen with a 320x240 resolution, though a stylus is included as well. The device can recognize English, Spanish, French and German, as well as translate between the languages. It will also be capable of playing back an aural pronunciation of the word in question.

Memory involves 1GB of built-in storage as well as a microSD card slot for extra memory. Due to launch in Korea very soon, pricing is unknown. [via NewLaunches]

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