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SAFA showcases DIA media player in Korea

Darren Murph
August 11, 2007
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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, comes with four mini games, and is available with up to 4GB of internal capacity. Moreover, users can load the rest of their files on a miniSD card, and there's also a FM tuner and voice recorder to go along with the eight equalizer presets. Word on the street puts the 2GB iteration at ???139,000 ($151), while the 4GB version will only run you ???60,000 ($65) more. Check out a few more angles after the jump, and don't say that oh-so-shiny rear doesn't look familiar.





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