JOBO Introduces Digital Photo Frames
Photo storage device maker JOBO today announced the introduction of two digital photo frames into its product line. The PDJ701, with 1 GB of storage space, and PDJ700, with 128 MB internal memory, each include 7-inch monitors for displaying photos.
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August 27, 2007 – Photo storage device maker JOBO today announced the introduction of two digital photo frames into its product line. The PDJ701, with 1 GB of storage space, and PDJ700, with 128 MB of internal memory, each include 7-inch monitors for displaying photos. The JOBO PDJ701 is priced at $179, and the PDJ700 at $159.
"These affordable new JOBO Photo Displays were created specifically to help consumers keep their memories alive and visible,' said JOBO CEO Johannes Bockemuehl-Simon in a company press release. 'With the popularity of digital photography and the ability of consumers to take more pictures than they ever did before, products like our Photo Displays are the perfect solution to proudly showcase digital images that until now were just being stored on home computers never to be seen again."
Both JOBO frames are fitted with TFT color LCD screens with a 384,000 pixel monitor resolution. Users can display their photos in slide show form with transition effects. The frames feature built-in editing functions including Copy, Delete, Rotate functions, and Picture Effects such as black-and-white conversion.
The JOBO frames also include an alarm clock, calendar, and automatic shutoff by timer.
The JOBO PDJ701, with 1 GB of storage space, can hold more than 10,000 pictures, according to the press release. The JOBO PDJ700, with 128MB of space, can store 1,000 images. Both frames support JPEG and BMP file formats.
The new JOBO digital photo frames are compatible with CF, SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro, xD, and USB 2.0 media. The PDJ701 frame features a metal stand, while the PDJ700 includes a black plastic stand.