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Ilse Jurriën : June 25th 2007 - 21:21 CET

Digital photo frame


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I/O Magic7" digital photo frame : I/OMagic Corporation, a leading provider of data storage products, announced today the launch of its 7” digital photo frame. Highlights of this sleek new frame are that it displays vibrant photos and videos on a 7” LCD screen, comes with a remote control and a swiveling base stand and fits perfectly on any table or desk. The picture frame has built in speakers and a headphone jack and reads from any USB thumb drive, SD, MMC, xD, or Memory stick flash media card. The drive comes with a power adapter, interchangeable frames and a remote control. The Company is shipping the 7” digital photo frame to select retailers across North America with an introductory manufacturer suggested retail price of $99.99.
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“Trends in consumer electronics indicate a high demand for simplistic digital imagery,” said Tony Shahbaz, president and CEO of I/OMagic Corporation. “The digital picture frame offers a stylish opportunity to display favorite photos or short videos.”

7" digital photo frame - Connections
I/OMagic’s digital photo frame easily connects to USB drives, SD, MMC, xD, or Memory stick flash media cards. The drive comes with a power adapter, inter-changeable frames and a remote control. The resolution is 480x234 and has a contrast of 250:1.

About I/OMagic Corporation
I/OMagic is a leading provider of data storage products (such as CD-RW and DVD+/-RW drives, USB Portable Storage Devices, external USB hard drives and floppy drives, including its DataStation, Data To Go and GigaBank products). I/OMagic sells products under three brand names - I/OMagic, Hi-Val and Digital Research Technologies - through nationally-recognized computer, consumer electronics and office supply superstores and other retailers.





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