Pasen "debuts" motion sensitive ShakeIT PMP, slew of rebrands
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 ideas, Pasen has rebranded a Telcast player -- which sports a 2.8-inch, QVGA, 320 x 240 screen, 2GB of memory, and the ability to play all your favorite formats (AVI, FLV, MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, JPEG, GIF and BMP). The hook here, of course, is the player's ability to shuffle through pictures, menu items, or songs by being shaken one way or another -- a feature likely to get a number of these thrown across a room. On the plus side, this player will apparently be the first to use Microsoft's PlayFX suite, which does 3D headphone effects and volume normalizing. The company also "officially" announced two other players, the TouchMusic, a Telcast touchscreen PMP rebrand, and the A19, yet another rebrand of a PMP / digital camera first introduced by KBS Industrial. All the players should be available, "In around a month." Check the video after the break to see the ShakeIT do its thing.
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