Nativ Sound’s Vita is a high-res music player that looks like a tablet


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We all know that the Chinese smartphone scene is on the rise, but what some might not know is that China already boasts of a mature music player industry. I’m not talking about the infamous ‘chiPods’ here, but companies such as FiiO, iBasso, etc., which offer some seriously high-end audio equipment.

A company that we hadn’t heard of before, Nativ Sound, just released a rather interesting product. Known as the Nativ Sound Vita, the device is one for the audiophiles. With its 11.6-inch display, the Vita isn’t exactly portable, but is more of a control center more than anything else.

The Vita offers playback support for audio files coded at up to 32-bit/384 kHz PCM, and can stream music via Bluetooth, WiFi, NAS, USB and SPDIF.

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In all, the Vita is something that really wants to be inside audiophiles houses. The company is also offering an open SDK, which hardly is a big deal, but could increase the appeal ever so slightly.

Nativ Sound is crowdfunding the project on Indiegogo, with pledges starting $999 for the Vita.

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