Sharp has recently launched the RD-CX200 color LCD electronic dictionary in Korea, boasting a host of features that are bound to get the pulse racing. For $425, you get an integrated FM radio, a voice recorder, e-book functionality, and support for a wide variety of audio and video formats such as MP3, WMV9, and MPEG 4. There are also 1,124 onlnie video lecture contents on its website that can be downloaded by RD-CX200 owners for free to learn foreign languages. Other features include a 4.3″ widescreen LCD display, 2GB of flash memory, and 65 dictionary contents. How come we don’t get similar devices to learn French or Korean?