The Sharp RD-CX300 is not just another e-dictionary with an extraordinary wi-fi potentials. It's very aptly christened - 'the multimedia super dictionary'. Its earlier variant the 2GB RD-CX200 is now a passe with its advent. It has a hell lot of functionalities which are definitely nicer than any other e-dictionary round the block.
It incorporates a 4.3" TFT 260K-color display, QWERTY keyboard, SD card slot, MPEG4/WMV playback, FM radio, MP3 player, e-book viewer, Flash support, and voice recorder.
It will soon be made public in Korea later this month with a price tag of approximately $500. The RD-CX300 has measurements of 5.3" x 3.9" x 1.2" and weighs a mere 12.4 ounces, which is slightly bigger and heftier than its Zaurus series.
One may be able to see a few differences regarding its looks as compared to the good old CX200. I guess the color should have been made somewhat different and savvier, though it's absolutely competitive. Its HDD boasts of storing a data size of about 20 GB.