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Image Moments 8 digital photo frame ships

updated 10:00 pm EDT, Fri May 2, 2008

Image Moments 8

Digital Foci is now shipping the new "Image Moments 8" 8-inch screen digital photo frame. The device features LED Backlight Technology, 450MB of internal memory, and built-in memory card slots to let you display and share photos on its high-resolution digital LCD screen. It also features an Auto-Start feature, that will automatically start a photo slideshow. Hardware components include an 8-inch high-resolution SVGA (800x600) digital LCD screen with 500:1 contrast ratio and a proprietary Adapter Ring design that supports custom framing options The frame also features an interchangeable mat with 3 color selections; a hinged memory card door and an easel leg for alternating between landscape and portrait positioning. The device also features 450MB internal memory.

Supported memory cards include CompactFlash, SD/HC card, MMC, Memory Stick, MS PRO, xD-Picture Card, and MS Duo/MS PRO Duo. There's also a USB slot to support computer connection. The Image Moments 8 is priced at $200.






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  1. thewebdrives

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    looks just...

    GREAT!!!!

  1. rtbarry

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    who wants...

    ...a digital photo frame with a bezel that looks like my gramma bought it at a yard sale? oh yeah, my gramma would.

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