The MemoryFrame from Pacific Digital allows you to quickly transfer photos directly from your digital camera and play them back in a slideshow in your home or office. With its high-quality active matrix TFT LCD display providing vibrant high-resolution images, the Pacific Digital MemoryFrame gives digital photographers an easy solution to showcase their photos, without the need for a PC or printer.
Display on Desks, Shelves or Walls
Ideal for both home and office users to proudly display family photos on the desk, shelf or wall. Also excellent for the business counter top to display special promotions. The only product of its kind to be compatible with both USB cameras as well as USB card-readers for Compact Flash (CF), SmartMedia (SM), SecureDigital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), MicroDrive, and MemoryStick memory cards, the Pacific Digital MemoryFrame operates with the vast majority of USB Mass Storage compliant digital cameras in use today. The USB interface provides speed and portability allowing users to download immediately from their own or friend’s cameras with just a simple and fast high-speed USB transfer.
Perfect as a Gift
Imagine preloading the MemoryFrame with those “just perfect” photos, and sending it as a personal gift. It would leave an impression long after the gift is opened.
Change Frame to Match DÃ©cor
Unique ability to use virtually any off-the-shelf wood frame the MemoryFrame allows you to choose a frame that matches your dÃ©cor, whether it be cherry wood, oak, pine, teak, walnut, etc. This unique feature allows the MemoryFrame to make a handsome display in any home or office, suiting any motif. Frames can be changed in moments, and locked directly onto the MemoryFrame to be displayed on a desk, mantelpiece, or hanging on a wall. So let MemoryFrame free your imagination to explore the many ways you can express yourself, not only with the photos you take, but the way you present them. 90 day limited warranty.
Price: $349.99 to $499.99
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)