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PRESS RELEASE: Pandigital Digital Photo Frame Line at PMA 2008 Convention and Trade Show
LAS VEGAS --(Business Wire)-- Jan. 30, 2008 Pandigital: -0-
WHERE: Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth K231
WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 31 - Saturday, Feb. 2, during show hours PMA's "Sneak Peek" for media - Wednesday, January 30, 12:00p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
WHAT: Pandigital will show its industry-leading line of digital photo frames at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) 2008 Convention and Trade Show. Pandigital is the leading provider of digital photo frames in the United States according to IDC's August 2007 forecast on the Digital Frame market. The company has garnered many accolades and awards for its easy-to-use, high-quality line that enhances home and office decor.
Pandigital's line of frames comes with a range of functions that enhance customers' lives:
-- Bluetooth and WiFi capabilities, so customers can send photos to the frame via a WiFi network or Bluetooth-enabled device, such as a mobile phone or PDA.
-- The frames all come with internal memory that has been significantly upgraded to support the higher resolution digital cameras that are dominating the market. Pandigital's new software allows storage of up to 3,000 images on some products while maintaining picture quality.
-- Programmable on/off times, ensuring the frame is ready to be enjoyed during viewing hours.
-- Calendar and clock functions keep customers informed and allow photos, video and music to be programmed for play at specific dates and times.
-- Alarm function lets customers use the device in place of a dedicated alarm clock and to alert them with music or a wake-up tone.
-- Customers can store images, video, and music on the internal memory via the frame's 6-in-1 media reader (SD, XD, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro/Memory Stick Duo, Compact Flash, MMC) as well as by directly connecting it via USB to a digital camera or computer.
-- A remote control is included to let customers conveniently access their content.
The frames range in sizes from 1.8-inches to 15-inches, and in price from $39.99 to $299.99.
Pandigital currently sells its digital photo frames at more than 14,000 retail storefronts of a variety of retailers, including department stores and mass merchants, in addition to office supply and technology retailers. Pandigital frames are also available at many leading online and catalog retailers in the United States. For more information, please visit http://www.pandigital.net.
Kelly Odle, 714-469-0849
Marissa Jabczenski, 949-340-3822
(First posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at 23:44 EST)