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Pandigital's PAN-150 digiframe hits the 15-inch mark

Darren Murph
April 17, 2007
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'Twas only a matter of time before digital photo frames began creeping up in size to go toe-to-toe with our LCD monitors, and Pandigital is helping the cause with its PAN-150. The 15-inch behemoth will soon be vying for table space as it shows off your high-resolution shots and gives that bedroom LCD TV a run for its money. Specs wise, it'll reportedly sport a 1,024 x 768 resolution, 256MB of internal memory, built-in USB port, MPEG1/4, AVI, and MP3 playback support, integrated stereo speakers, and of course, the ability to play nice with SD, xD, MSPro, MSDuo, CF, and MMC flash cards. Best of all, however, isn't the stylish wood frame or the bundled bragging rights, but the respectable $299 pricetag combined with a launch date within the week.

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