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Hacha prepares to launch unconventional media player

updated 01:10 pm EDT, Tue May 22, 2007

Hacha PA20 media player

Although Chinese media players tend to have rudimentary interfaces, Hacha seems set to change that with the PA20, now due for an imminent release in its home country. The main interface is a 3.2-inch touchscreen, which like the iPhone, is operated not with a stylus but simple finger gestures, such as moving up and down a scrollbar to pick music. Exact features are unknown; it can however play video and FM radio, the former most likely in the MP4 format, and the latter using an easy on-screen tuning interface. As with most Hacha products, the PA20 is not expected to be released outside of east Asia. [via The MP3 Players]



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  1. bloodelf

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    mp4

    It looks very pretty~~I really,really,really want one . ----------------------

    MP4 Converter http://www.mp4-converter.net/

  1. Hacha Online

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    Hacha Online Store

    Hacha Online will be opening for business soon. To begin with the store will only sell within Australia but will sell worldwide possibly in the future.

    The Hacha R280s model will most likely be available at the time of opening. The much anticipated PA20 will be available in the near future soon after Hacha's release date.

    Source: http://hachaonline.com

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