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Ralf Jurrien : September 23th 2007 - 19:40 CET

Philips Photo Frames

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PhilipsPhilips Photo Frames : Building off its award winning 7- and 9-inch PhotoFrame, Philips introduces the 5.6, 7 and 10 -inch display at the IFA 2007. Ideal for sharing images of friends and family, the high resolution LCD PhotoFrames display images with the sort of quality people expect from professional color photographs - without using a PC. Top quality display for an amazing photo viewing experience. The LCD display is a high pixel density active matrix illuminating rich detail and vibrant colors. For the 5.6-inch model, the panel is capable of displaying 140ppi (pixels per square inch). Philips PhotoFrame offers perfect digital color, displaying a full spectrum of vibrant hues and shades, much like professional images.
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Philips Photo Frame is designed to align with the photographs native 3:2 or 4:3 formats ensuring the digital images are displayed in their natural appearance without distortion; while competitive models use 16:9 ratio thus making digital photos appear stretched and distorted. Downloading photos to the Philips PhotoFrame couldn’t be easier with the option of saving pictures straight from a memory card or by simply connecting the device to a PC via a USB connector. The internal memory of the new 7- and 10-inch PhotoFrames are capable of storing up to 1,000 digital images. Following the successful user interface (UI) and extending the advanced features of the 9FF2 series launched last year, the on-screen menu provides the users with a simple one click control for managing all images uploaded onto the PhotoFrame.

Philips Photo Frame - Software
The Philips Photo Frame family features software for easy editing and customization of favorite pictures. The SmartAlbum allows users the ability to zoom and crop pictures, create and manage photo albums, and set up attractive transition effects for slideshows without the need for a PC. Users can enjoy the fun of displaying multiple images on screen at the same time with a collage effect provided by PhotoFrame’s Slideshow Manager. PhotoManager, the software for the Philips PhotoFrame, helps users transfer and manage photos from the PC or Mac to the display. With an easy-to-use interface and drag-and-drop operation, users can view and manage photos and albums side-by-side on PCs (or Mac) and PhotoFrame.

Philips PhotoFrame

Photo Frame PhotoManager
Photos can be customized by a zoom and crop function and previewed prior to transferring to PhotoFrame’s internal memory. The PhotoManager can be self-launched when the user connects the PhotoFrame to the computer, and automatically updated by a simple connection to the internet ensuring the display always operates with the latest software. For further customization, the PhotoEffect Wizard allows images to be rotated, zoomed and cropped. The effect also provides the option of transforming images from colour to black and white or sepia. An impressive design Images on the PhotoFrame are enhanced by the sophisticted design including a variety of easily changeable frames, a solid metal stand design and cool clear finishing complimenting any environment.

Philips Digital Photo Frame - Flash memory support
In addition to the standard design, Philips offers unique seasonal frames for Mother’s Day and Chrisas providing the perfect gift choice for friends and family. In order to support a host of different products, the Philips Digital PhotoFrame supports various memory card formats: Compact Flash (CF), Secure Digital (SD), (including the newest SDHC ( high capacity)) , Multimedia Card (MMCM), Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick Duo and Pro Duo (via adaptor), Micro Secure Digital (MSD - via adaptor) and xD card. When viewing digital photographs, users can select between landscape or portrait display to properly showcase images.

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Philips 7FF2FPA Photo Frame
The 7-inch and 10-inch PhotoFrame are powered by an integrated rechargeable battery allowing users to display images on a shelf or mantelpiece, or passed around to show friends and family. For addition convenience, the 7-inch product line provides a basic model at very competitive price. The 7FF2FPA is the best choice for those who want high quality design, basic photo viewing functionality at an affordable price. Continuing Philips drive to provide more sustainable products,
packaging for the Digital PhotoFrame is more than 98 percent made by recyclable material to reduce the burden of final waste disposal and show Philips’ care on environment protection. Journalists are requested to contact their local Philips press office for details of local pricing and availability.

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