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Monday, March 16, 2009

iRiver D5 - electronic dictionary and more

It is sometimes amazing to see all those new electronic devices being intoduced into the asian market, with features never heard of in north american and european countries yet - the iriver D5 serves as a good example.
This cutee comes with a full 52-key QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, 4GB RAM, a three-inch LCD with 480 x 272 pixels, playback capability for MP4 and flash videos as well as MP3, OGG and WMA audio files. Also included is a voice
recorder and FM tuner, and last but not least full pocket translator usability. Sadly only available through asian retail stores but it does look nice - and will definately fit into your shirt-pocket at a thickness of 15mm closed. And as you can see it is a true handheld device. ;)

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