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Sorry slotMusic, you've already lost this month's low-price crown. Hacha just busted out a $15 DAP, the PF02. Specced with futuristic accouterments like... buttons, the 2GB player can handle MP3, WMA and OGG files with ease, and plugs in over the exciting new USB 2.0 standard. The future looks brig

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October 21, 2008 at 5:46AM
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Hacha, makers of the familiar looking PA20 and PC20, is apparently planning to unleash the players on the world in the very near future. According to reports, the two PMPs will be hitting shelves sometime around September 22nd (or earlier), though right now we've only got those words to hang on. If

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We asked, and now we know the specifications of Hacha's ultrathin PC20 PMP, as well as its slightly larger PA20 cousin. The third inch thick PC20 features a 3.0-inch QVGA screen, comes in 1, 4, and 8 GB flavors, and supports a list of audio and video formats including AVI Xvid, FLV, WMA, and MP3. I

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Although the amount of iPhone knockoffs flying out of foreign ports has died down substantially over the past few weeks, we can't help but note the resemblance between Apple's handset and Hacha's latest PMP. Of course, we're not kvetching about the ultrathin enclosure and expansive three-inch scree

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You know, China ain't just about cheap knockoffs of visible brands. There's a good bit of innovation going on over there, especially in the DAP space, with players like Meizu almost beating Apple at its own game, and now Hacha doing a bit of a iriver thing with its new R280 player, but doing it qui

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