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June 12, 2007 – Yesterday, MediaStreet Inc. introduced its 15-inch eMotion Digital Picture Frame. The company, which offers digital solutions for the photographic, arts and consumer electronics markets, announced its newest product shortly after the introduction of its Bluetooth Digital Picture Frame. The company also plans to announce a WiFi-enabled frame.
The new eMotion frame has a 15-inch frame with a 4:3 aspect ratio, 1024 x 768 resolution, and a digital TFT LCD panel.
"The 15-inch eMotion Digital Picture Frame has the classic and stylish look of a traditional picture frame with real wood molding, but when you power it on, that’s when the similarities end and your digital files come to full eMotion life," said Asia Lee, MediaStreet’s Director of Sales & Marketing.
The frame supports various video, music, and image formats including MPEG 1 / 2 / 4, AVI, MP3, WMA, JPEG and BMP. The frame accepts SD/SDHC, MMC, CF, MS, and xD memory cards, and has a built-in USB port that allows direct media download from the owner’s personal computer or USB flash drive. 256MB of internal memory is also included. Photos can be viewed as customized slideshows with special effects transitions, and music can be played through the frame’s speakers or headphones.
"For me, there is nothing more satisfying than to allow all of the photos that I snap - not just hand-picked ones that we normally print - to escape my camera and appear on a larger-than-life Digital Picture Frame for everyone to enjoy," said Norm Levy, President of Media Street.
Additional features include a calendar, clock, and color adjustment functions.
The frame, which can be mounted on the wall or displayed on a desktop, will be available June 25th and retail for $298.