I’ve never had an electronic dictionary quite like this. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a device designed to help me spell with more features than you can wave a stick at. The Nurian Z1 from Hanuribiz comes equipped with “rich dictionary content covering four languages — English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean”, but it’s got so much more going for it too. You’ll notice from the picture provided that the Nurian Z1 hops onto the interweb without a hitch, thanks to its integrated WiFi. Using this connection, you can also enjoy all sorts of streaming multimedia content.
But wait, there’s more. With a fully QWERTY keyboard and a color touchscreen display, this Hanuribiz number also boasts PDA functionality, Flash player, MP3 player, a voice recorder, games, image viewer, and a scheduler. All of that in a spiffy clamshell design. Look for it somewhere in Seoul for “less than 500,000 KRW” (US$533).