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Ilse Jurriën : January 10th 2009 - 21:45 CET

Memorex LifeShow digital photo frames

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MemorexMemorex LifeShow digital photo frames : Memorex, a portfolio brand of Imation Corp, introduced LifeShow, a line of digital photo frames offering not just decorative style and designer quality construction, but also advanced user interface design and added functionality that make it easier than ever to display digital photos of friends and family. Memorex LifeShow digital photo frames are available in two designer styles, Traditional and Custom. Each features an intuitive user interface, proprietary to Memorex, ensuring that memory keepers can easily load, manipulate and organize their images on the frames.
Memorex LifeShow digital photo frames
The specially designed user interface, common to both the Traditional and Custom style frames, utilizes a combination of proprietary software and a custom "scrolling" selector button that allows the user to command all of the frames’ functions right on screen, from a single control. The main menu clearly displays all of the frame’s capabilities using an intuitive nesting navigation structure, making it easy to crop, edit and touch-up favorite photos right from the frames. Memory keepers can also load music to play during collage or single image slide shows - all without a computer. Additionally, turning the frame activates an auto rotation feature to display photos in portrait or landscape modes.

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User friendly LifeShow digital photo frames
"Memorex LifeShow frames have simplified the process and reduced the steps needed to edit, load and display digital photos," said Jessica Walton, Memorex global brand director, Imation Corp. "Memorex LifeShow frames not only empower consumers to share fun slide shows within minutes, but the frames’ aesthetic styles also make them perfect decorative accents in the home or office."

LifeShow Traditional and LifeShow Custom frames
Memorex LifeShow digital photo frames are offered in two models to complement both traditional and modern home décors. The frames will be on display at the Pepcom Digital Experience event from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight at The Mirage.

8" Memorex LifeShow Traditional photo frame
Drawing on the principles of classic design, the LifeShow Traditional digital photo frame reflects the timeless elegance of traditional wood with an eight-inch, 4:3 standard aspect ratio digital display and 800x600 resolution. This handsome photo frame will never go out of style and can be mounted on the wall or displayed on a table. The traditional style ensures it will complement any home or office décor.

8" Memorex LifeShow Custom photo frame
With LifeShow Custom, update your frame to match your changing décor. Featuring a defined modern look with interchangeable overlays, this photo frame with eight-inch digital display puts favorite photos at your fingertips. A modern, molded high-density and high-sheen plastic overlay creates the contemporary look that we have come to expect from our electronics, while allowing you to change the appearance of your frame from black to espresso to bamboo. The frame features a 4:3 standard aspect ratio screen and 800x600 resolution.

Memorex LifeShow digital photo frames

Internal memory of the digital photo frames
The Memorex LifeShow Traditional and Custom digital photo frames each feature a built-in cable management system and concealed ports for Compact Flash and SD memory cards to maintain the frames' aesthetic design style. Technical features include 1GB of internal memory to hold more than 1,000 photos; a USB port for additional connectivity; a clock and calendar; wall-mount or tabletop display versatility; and AC power adaptor. The frames also support JPG, MP3, WMA, WAV, Motion JPED (AVI) and MPEG4 image and audio formats.

Memorex digital photo frames Price & Availability
The Memorex LifeShow Traditional eight-inch digital photo frame is offered in traditional black, espresso or bamboo wood finishes. The Memorex LifeShow Custom eight-inch digital photo frames ship with a black finish. Espresso or bamboo finish overlays will be sold separately on the Memorex website. Both frames will be shipping to retailers beginning in March for a suggested retail price (SRP) of $129.99.

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