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What do we have here? Pasen, a company who's been boring us to death for years with its MP4 players (and at least one full-on KIRF) has finally come out with something we could conceivably see ourselves wanting to own. Crazy, huh? It's called the MID5 and as a device its about as revolutionary and

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We greeted the promising Pasen REI-16 with lots of skepticism, and truthfully, this thing still has some work to do to shake the dreadful shackles of the Pasen brand that we've always known. However, the video hosted up after the break does a fairly awesome job of proving that the firm's new owners

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To say that we've been underwhelmed by Pasen's offerings thus far would be like calling the Meizu M8 slightly delayed, but supposedly we're in for a pleasant surprise when next we meet a player from the company. The brand has been bought out by Italian Kiwii LTD and is pledging that those awful int

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Normally we'd let run-of-the-mill PMPs like Pasen's F10 pass on by, but we just had to stop and call out the blatant use of both the iTunes and WMP icons here -- even given Pasen's history, that's just a little much. Come on guys, the F10 looks like a solid little player -- 2.6-inch 400 x 240 displ

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The first Pasen iTouch was almost comically bad, but we'll give the company a little credit for trying again with the iTouch SE, which just popped up in video unboxing form on YouTube. We were a little intrigued by the SE's XviD and DivX support when we first heard about it, but wow -- that interfa

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Pasen's first iTouch earned it a spot in the KIRF Hall of Fame, but it looks like the company is trying hard to go clean with this revised model, the iTouch SE. Like the original iTouch, the SE features a 2.83-inch QVGA touchscreen and decent format support including DivX, XviD, AVI, MP3, WMA, and

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Quite honestly, we're a bit befuddled as to where to even start with this one. Shall we ponder the reasoning behind naming a portable media player \"LAZYBUM,\" or would our time be better spent considering just how absurd the whole \"world's first mini-PMP\" claim is? Rather than harp on either, we'll

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If you're looking for some fresh and exciting PMP action, perhaps Pasen can help you out. After the company's unmitigated failure at ripping off the iPhone, the Chinese media player-maker has turned its attentions to the use of accelerometers with the ShakeIT. Continuing the habit of unoriginal ide

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Although we've seen countless rips of the iPhone at this point, we've only seen a couple of them in action -- and when we do, it's almost always sort of depressing. Take this video of the Pasen ITouch DAP (which bears a striking resemblance to the Onda Honey VX858 and the I-Fighting FT4021): the po

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