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Safa is a Korean firm that has put out quite a few forgettable DAPs in its day, and while this one isn't going to win any awards for technological advancement, it does look like \"fun,\" for whatever that's worth. The Xing LED is a none-too-shabby 12mm thin and boasts 12 hours of playback time on a s

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Safa's PMPs haven't always done that much to distinguish themselves from the masses of nondescript players out there, but it looks to have stepped up its game slightly with its new G3 model, which not only looks decent enough, but packs a still-not-all-that-common accelerometer to boot. Apart from

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Sure, SAFA's latest portable media player is impressively small (and thin), and at least it looks like it was engineered in more than five or six minutes, but it's still nothing to phone home over. The all-black (or red, or white) player features a 1.8-inch LCD and plays nice with MP3, WMA, WAV, AP

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Korea's SAFA sure seems to be keeping up a steady pace with its PMPs as of late, with the company now following up its recently introduced DIA and 3one players with its new \"Casiopea\" model. Of course, it's a bit easier to churn these out when you don't offer that many distinguishing features betwe

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Here's a strange one for you. Remember SAFA's Dia DAP? Yeah, us neither. Nevertheless, a quick search tells us that SAFA's 3one digital audio player is an identical clone to their own, not-so-memorable DAP. Same 79 x 48 x 10-mm dimensions, same 320 x 240 pixel display, same audio and video support,

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It's good to see SAFA back in the saddle after a long bout with silence, and the firm's latest PMP looks mighty fine, we must say. Dubbed DIA -- presumably in reference to the diamond shaped control pad -- this diminutive device boasts a 2.4-inch color LCD, plays nice with audio and video files, co

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Take a healthy dose of Samsung's YP-K5, sprinkle in some LG chocolate, and bake-in the latest Korean design trends for a pair of new DAPs from Safa. The SS220 is a bit of a mystery. In addition to featuring touch-based controls and a built-in speaker, we know it's capable of splashing a range of un

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We've seen a few Safa players over the years, but none have really managed to avoid the ugly stick until now. Safa's new SS100 is quite familiar to a certain iPod in size and shape, even coloring, but we think it's got a bit of its own retro charm, and we've always gotta give props to something t

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