South Korean DAP maker SAFA just announced the release of its latest player, the TTing, which features a unique dot-matrix display comprised of 27 LEDs. Why two ‘T’s in the name you ask? Because that’s how SAFA rolls.
The 40x40x12mm player features 4 touch sensitive buttons around the face, 4 tactile buttons on the sides and a “G-sensor mode for interactive operation”—whatever that means. It also has a 12 hour battery life, and a speaker on the rear.
The 27 pixel LED display probably won’t show you album art, but it can be programmed to display several icons and can also be used to play games such as “dice” and the age old game of “paper, stone, and scissors”. So, bonus.
So where can you get it and for how much? We have no idea, SAFA failed to mention that. But we’ll venture to guess it’ll be released somewhere in South Korea, and judging by that FCC badge on the back, it may make a US appearance as well.