Pacific Digital Corporation announced that its MemoryFrame, the world’s first USB digital photo frame will be available in stores by early February.
For the first time, digital photographers have an easy way to display a slideshow of 50+ photos, immediately after taking them – without a PC, printer or camera memory card. Because MemoryFrame is plug-and-play, and requires no other equipment, paper or ink, it is very cost-effective to use.
“We have a strong demand for MemoryFrame and our manufacturing line is in full-gear to build and ship to our retailers to fill their orders,” said Tony Tate, vice president of sales and marketing. “We are extremely pleased at the reception MemoryFrame is receiving from both the public and from those publications who have had the opportunity to review it.”