Pasen unveils the ShakeIT, which boasts a 2.8-inch QVGA screen, 2GB of internal memory, and support for nearly all music/video codecs. Video after the break.

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

[via Engadget]


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