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Philips digital photo display
IFA 2005 - Digital Imaging & Digital Music - Posted by Dennis Hissink.
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Philips digital photo display : My last day at the IFA was more like wandering around and visit great stands like Philips. Already reported is Philips' rollable display. Another nice product is the Philips digital photo display. Philips is making it easy for consumers with pictures stored on their PCs to put their precious photographic memories on show by introducing the Digital Photo Display. The Digital Photo Display applies Philips proven leadership in display excellence in display excellence and innovation. Housed in a stylish glass-and-metal-effect frame, the Digital Photo Display's 5.4x3.6-inch (14x9cm), 133ppi high resolution LCD screen display 88% more pixels per square inch than a 17-inch LCD monitor screen.
Philips digital photo display SD, MMC, Memory Stick and CompactFlash memory cards
Photo Display - Uploading : As an elegant digital photo gallery for the home or workplace, the Digital Photo Display delivers with print-like picture quality, full 16-bit colour and adjustable brightness of up to 200 nits. Between 50 and 80 pictures from SD, MMC, Memory Stick and CompactFlash memory cards, or directly (via USB) from digital cameras or PCs can be uploaded into the Digital Photo Display. Philips software optimizes uploaded photos without compromising display quality, with pictures browsable individually as thumbnails or displayed in a slideshow. Philips is introducing the Digital Photo Display in response to the immense popularity of digital photography amongst consumers. Philips research has found that many consumers do nothing more with their photos than store them on a PC, with no more than 20% of pictures taken ever printed out. Consumers are also digitally scanning old prints to preserve precious moments, but also doing nothing more than archiving them on a PC. By whatever route consumers are coming to digital photography, the Digital Photo Display provides a dynamic platform for displaying images with simplicity and ease.
Photo Display Digital Frame
Reproducing the rich detail and vibrant colors consumers are accustomed to seeing in printed photos, the Digital Photo Display can be used for landscape or portrait images and also comes with a handy feature that allows users to automatically turn the display on and off at preset times everyday. The Philips Digital Photo Display can be powered either from an internal battery or by using the supplied AC adaptor connected. When unplugged from the mains, the rechargeable battery will allow up to 50 minutes of operation, enabling owners to pass around the Digital Photo Display and share their pictures amongst a group of family, friends or colleagues.
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