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KWorks KW-H100 child tracker

Keeping an eye on the kids

Seoul's SEK exhibition this week has the usual mix of gadgets and toys to keep attendees amused as they walk the aisles. We took a look at some of those devices.

See links at bottom for all.

This pocket-sized tracker from KWorks packs a GPS (global positioning system) receiver and CDMA (code division multiple access) cell phone module so it can report its current location whenever queried. The KW-H100 is intended for parents who want to keep a track of where their kids are and went on sale in South Korea Monday. It costs 176,000 won (£95; US$190) for the device and then a 55,000 won initial charge and 11,000 won monthly charge to SK, the mobile phone provider. It measures 43mm by 76mm by 14mm.

Other SEK new products:

iRiver B20 MP3 player

ILuv i199

Samsung video phone

MVix Media Player

Uren Mobile Auto PC

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