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Deluxe 8X10 MemoryFrame with stereo sound
Dennis Hissink : September 2nd 2003 - 16:48 CET
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Pacific DigitalPacific Digital Corporation introduced its new, deluxe 8x10 MemoryFrame, with stereo sound and text overlay, today at the Gartner Retail Vision conference. The stand-alone MF-810S MemoryFrame has a bright, high-quality 10.4-inch TFT active matrix LCD screen with 800x600 resolution. In addition, it has stereo sound and allows users to add voice and/or music to their slideshows. It also features text overlay, and allows captions to be added to slideshow photos. MemoryFrame is a stand-alone USB digital picture frame, and is a new way to store and display digital photos. Users can easily and quickly transfer photos, on the spot, directly from a digital camera into a MemoryFrame.
Then they can immediately play their photos back – in a continuous slideshow of vibrant, high-resolution images – on MemoryFrame’s screen.

MemoryFrame’s USB port allows fast, easy transfer of images from virtually any digital camera. Then, with its easy-to-use on-screen menu system and multi-function control buttons, users can view "thumbnails" of digital-camera or memory-card contents, edit slide shows, select the time between image changes, add transition and display effects, delete images from slideshows and much more. They can also use the manual image-forward, pause and reverse buttons, and the adjustable brightness to control a slideshow.

With its text overlay and stereo sound capabilities, MemoryFrame is ideal for creating a personal storybook or a retail point-of-sale display. Its potential applications -- for consumer, business, government and other users -- are virtually unlimited. For example, a family can photograph a vacation or special event and immediately share a slideshow with everyone there. A couple on a cruise can photograph the sights and share the photos back in their cabin. Or, newlyweds can display a continuous slideshow of childhood and family photos at their wedding reception.

A stand-alone MemoryFrame lets users create slideshows complete with audio. However, MemoryFrame also comes bundled with Digital PixMaster, Pacific Digital’s software for PC users who want to add captions, stereo sound and special effects to their slideshows. Digital Pixmaster allows a user to create professional-looking photo slideshows by simply choosing the pictures, audio clips, special effects and transitions they want to use. Then they let Digital PixMaster do the rest. Digital PixMaster also offers useful features such as the ability to rotate photos, specify effects, preview slideshows, and create/name/save unique slideshows on virtually any subject. Users can easily integrate photos from a digital camera with images from e-mail, the Internet, CDs or their PC into a unique slideshow. Then, they can store the show on the PC and/or download it via USB to MemoryFrame. They can also upload a slideshow created in MemoryFrame to the PC for storage.

MemoryFrame is the only product of its kind that is compatible with USB cameras, USB thumbdrives, and USB readers for CompactFlash, SmartMedia, SecureDigital, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, and XD memory cards. Because of this, MemoryFrame operates with the vast majority of digital cameras in use today. It comes with a bundled power supply, and its Kensington security lock-ready capability will keep MemoryFrame secure in business environments.

MemoryFrame comes mounted into a handsome 8x10 wood picture frame, and can be displayed in landscape or portrait mode on a desk, shelf, or wall. Since it fits into a standard frame, the user can also purchase a frame to match their décor. The MF-810S MemoryFrame is available now from retail and camera stores at an MSRP of $499. Pacific Digital also offers a 5x7 version of MemoryFrame without stereo capability. Introduced late last year, the MF-570 is currently priced at $329 MSRP.
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