Cameras

Genius Announces New Digital Photo Frame

Genius, a division of KYE Systems, has released a new digital photo frame designed to "make memories come to life."

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August 9, 2007 – Genius, a division of KYE Systems, has released a new 10.4-inch digital photo frame that will retail for $229. 

The PF-A01 features a 4:3 panel ratio, 128MB internal memory, and is compatible with a variety of memory cards. It supports USB connections and has a clock, calendar, and remote control.

"The PF-A01 is equipped with a built-in feature that creates a multi-picture slide show and playback button that can show up to four pictures, at different speeds, on one screen," according to the company’s press release. "The multi-media frame can also be used with a MP3 music and AVI Motion-JPEG video player to enhance the viewing experience and create living memories."

The frame has a 10.4-inch screen, can diplay photos in portrait or landscape mode, and comes in oak or walnut. The PF-A01 is priced at $229.

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