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Ilse Jurriën : December 15th 2005 - 15:42 CET
Portable digital photo album

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PhotoSharePortable digital photo album : Photoco today introduces PhotoShare, a new portable digital photo album that promises to revolutionize the photo world as dramatically as Apple's iPod has revolutionized the music world. With retail prices surprisingly affordable for, all in the $59-$99 range, the way people store and share their photos may change quite quickly. The PhotoShare is available with a 2.4" or 7.0" LCD. Both models include a great-looking frame that you slide the player into for desktop display. Photos are a great way to share and remember special moments as well as the fun of everyday life. Why is it that so often they end up faded and stashed away in drawers or as digital files buried somewhere on your computer?
Portable digital photo albumPhotoShare photo album
Let's face it-photos just aren't that easy to share. With a PhotoShare portable digital photo album from Photoco, you can share hundreds of photos with friends and family at the push of a button - right at home or while you're out and about.

PhotoShare Features
PhotoShare is the photo album of the future…here today, and offers:
• Light, portable and easy to use
• Fits in a purse or pocket
• View digital images as a slide show
• High-resolution 2.4" or 7" TFT LCD screen provides great picture clarity
• User-friendly navigation menu with multiple playback modes
• Thumbnail, full-screen, and zoom views
• Play stills and moving AVIs (motion jpegs)
• Slide show presentations can be displayed on your TV
• Includes a frame for docking the unit and displaying photos at home or office
• Battery powered when on the go; detachable AC adapter included to power extended display
• Download photos from PC or MAC (no software needed) or simply insert memory card (SD and MS, used in 90 percent of digital cameras)

Pricing & Availability
• 2.4" screen model: 4.53"w x 2.24"h x .787"d
• 7" screen model: 8.11"w x 4.38"h x .885"d
• Street retail price: $59 (2.4" screen) and $99 (7" screen)
• Available during the 2005 holiday season at Wal-Mart, Linens-N-Things, Amazon.com
• Additional distribution in early 2006
• One-year limited warranty





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