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Mpavio Portable Media Player with Mind Control Program

The Mpavio DDP-1000 is a 20GB portable media player designed by Korean company Penurocom. On the tiny 2.5″ LCD you can watch MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and DviX 4.X, or 5.X movie files. You can also listen to MPEG-1, 2, MP3, and WMA audio files, at a maximum sample rate of 96Khz.

The device has composite video output for hi-res movie playback, and USB 2.0 connectivity. It measures roughly 5.5-inches long, 3.25-inches wide and 2.25-inches thick, pretty close to a brick.

However the most interesting feature is an optional Mind Control Program (MCP). Depending on the program you run, the Mpavio can help you study, sleep deeply and even releive your fatigue when wearing the supplied eye glasses. Not much is explained on this feature, but It sounds very similar to the DreamFree Peeg brain charger, also devleoped in Korea last November.

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