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Kodak HDTV Dock

Ralf Jurrien
IFA Report
Saturday 1st, September 2007
Posted by: Ralf Jurrien

Kodak unveiled a new product aimed at helping consumers bring photos back into their homes and into their lives by expanding the possibilities for image display. Millions of digital pictures are captured every year, but most remain trapped in digital cameras or on home computers. At the same time, the widespread adoption of High Definition (HD) televisions presents a new opportunity to relive personal photos and videos with incredible image clarity and sharpness, while growing demand for digital picture frames allows for instant digital photo sharing anywhere in the home. Kodak is delivering an easy solution for consumers to display HD pictures on vibrant, wide-screen HDTVs and digital picture frames.

Kodak HDTV Dock

Kodak HDTV Dock - Display
“At Kodak, we believe consumers should be inspired, not intimidated, by the photography experience - from capturing to sharing and displaying. We are breaking down the technology barriers and making it easy for everyone to relive their memories in the highest quality possible,” said John Blake, General Manager Kodak Digital Capture and Devices, Vice President Eastman Kodak Company. "The products announced today represent an important step in helping remove the boundaries for how images can be viewed and shared, and Kodak is dedicated to supporting innovation that will continue to bring intelligent, easy-to-use HD solutions to the market.”

Kodak HDTV Dock - Memory cards and Drives
The new Kodak EasyShare HDTV Dock connects to your HDTV to process pictures from Kodak HD-enabled digital cameras, SD memory cards or USB drives to deliver an outstanding visual experience to share with family and friends. Over forty-percent of HDTV owners say they want to view their own photos in HD and now Kodak, with the launch of the HDTV Dock, is not only making it possible, but also making it easy.

Kodak HD dock - Availability and Price
Using the remote control feature on the HDTV Dock enables consumers to manage their digital pictures while relaxing on the living room sofa. The HDTV Dock makes it effortless to enjoy a full HD-quality slideshow, edit individual images, transfer images to a USB drive, or even print images to a connected printer. Along with being backward compatible with many Kodak EasyShare digital cameras, the HDTV Dock automatically charges the rechargeable battery so the camera is ready whenever needed. The Kodak EasyShare HD Dock will be available from October 2007 at US $99.99 MSRP.

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