Personal video with mind control


Portable video players are becoming increasingly common in the far east, but this one caught our eye because of one particularly innovative feature.

Korean-based manufacturer Penurocom claims its latest mPAVIO device boasts a Mind Control Program (MCP) and can be connected to other Mind Control devices. Unfortunately the online manual, which is written in disjointed English, doesn’t elaborate further – but maybe they will tell us how it works by beaming the messages to our brains.

Other more conventional features include a 2.5inch colour LCD screen, 20Gb hard drive, MPEG1/2 video playback and MP3 audio playback.

Also on board:
* USB2 connection
* DivX playback
* Video output for connection to TV
* Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery (up to 3 hours continuous playback)

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