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Kodak photo frame

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 a digital picture frames.

Kodak photo frame

Kodak digital photo frame
“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 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 photo frame - Widescreen display
The latest in Kodak’s highly-successful line of digital picture frames, the Kodak EasyShare SV1011 model provides a 10-inch (diagonal) 800 x 480 high-resolution digital display in 16:9 aspect ratio. A great accessory for any room in the home, digital picture frames offer a fun, modern way to relive the memories captured with your digital camera.

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Kodak EasyShare SV1011 display - Memory and Consumer price
For true plug-and-play simplicity, pictures on this frame are viewed automatically the instant a memory card is inserted. The Kodak photo frame also has 128MB of built-in memory for storing pictures and videos, built-in stereo speakers and headphone jack for music. The Kodak SV1011 picture frame will retail for US $199.95 MSRP beginning in August 2007.

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