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Digital Foci rolls OLED keychain albums

updated 07:40 pm EST, Fri January 4, 2008

Digital Foci OLED keychain

Digital Foci today unveiled two new Pocket Album OLED photo viewers, which will be on display at its CES 2008 booth. The Pocket Album OLED 1.5 features a 1.5-inch screen, with 32MB of internal flash storage - enough to hold approximately 120 photos. The integrated, rechargeable battery holds up to four hours of life, and can be charged through USB. Slideshows can run in either automatic or manual modes, which can display images randomly or in sequence. Digital Foci includes its Photo Viewer Software that allows users to crop and rotate images, which it then will automatically resize for optimal viewing and storage. The Pocket Album OLED 1.5 will be available in April for $50.

The Pocket Album OLED 2.8 will share the features of the 1.5-inch version, albeit on a 2.8-inch screen. In addition, the 2.8 will hold over 3000 photos, and features a resolution of 320 by 240 - up from the 1.5's 128 by 128. Hierarchical folders are used to organize photos, and the device features alarm clock and calendar functions. The Pocket Album OLED 2.8 shares the April release window, and is priced at $100.



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  1. tonton

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    4 hours battery life?

    I thought OLED was supposed to provide longer battery life. I'd like a keychain photo display, but 4 hours for a device like this makes it worthless.

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