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Ahhh, yes, Yet Another iPod Knockoff to help us keep it real fake. Supposedly it does more neato stuff than the nano like digital voice recording and supporting video natively as well as supporting a bunch of extra file formats (WMA, ASF, etc.), but it only weighs in at 256 MB capacity. It bears a resemblance to the i-Bob without the helpful faceplate informing you it's a digital audio player, so may just be a rebadge. Either way, we leave it up to you to think long and hard, kids, about whether or not you want to shell out your hard-earned 4,200 philippine pesos ($77) to contribute to the company's inevitable legal fund.

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