Pandigital busts out four video-playing digital photo frames

Darren Murph
D. Murph|10.12.06

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Pandigital busts out four video-playing digital photo frames
Although the built-in MP3 player on Pandigital's newest foursome of digital frames is commendable, it's certainly not a new addition, and while they lack the integrated WiFi that certain alternatives have, boasting the ability to play back full-motion MPEG-1/2/4, and AVI video along with the usual still slideshows is definitely noteworthy. The upscale digiframes come in 5.6- ($129.99), 7.0- ($149.99), 8.0- ($199.99), and 9.2-inch ($249.99) flavors, while the whole gang comes with interchangeable wood / acrylic panels to fit the surrounding decor. Loading up those YouTube-worthy masterpieces shouldn't be an issue considering the 64MB of internal memory, "multiple" USB 2.0 ports, and a 6-in-1 media card reader that plays nice with SD, xD, MS, MS Pro, CF, and MMC formats. The units also support photo transfers directly from digital cameras, and can accept all sorts of media files from USB thumb drives or nearby computers. Pandigital plans to have these in stores "for the holiday season," and considering the reasonable prices and robust feature set, we'd say those stockings have found a stuffer.

[Via LetsGoDigital]
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