DIGITAL FOCI SHIPS POCKET ALBUM OLED 1.5 DIGITAL KEYCHAIN
Carry & View 124 of Your Favorite Photos on a Cool Ruby Red, Carbon Fiber or Warm Grey Digital Keychain with a High-Quality OLED Screen!
Los Angeles, CA, September 17, 2008 - Digital Foci, Inc. http://www.digitalfoci.com announced today that it is now shipping the new Pocket Album OLED 1.5 digital keychain photo viewer with a 1.5-inch (128 x 128) OLED screen with a high contrast ratio of 1,000:1. Available in Red, Carbon Fiber, or Warm Grey, Pocket Album OLED 1.5 can hold 124 digital photos on its internal flash memory. Now you can carry your favorite photos with you everywhere you go to share with your friends and family -- right on your keychain! With the cutting edge OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology, Pocket Album OLED displays your digital images with higher brightness, better contrast, and wider viewing angles than conventional LCD screens.
The Perfect Holiday Gift - Pre-Load Photos as a Surprise Gift
Photo Album OLED 1.5 lets you automatically show friends your photos through a slideshow with adjustable intervals and random option, or manually show specific photos by scrolling through the keychain to find the exact photo you want. The perfect sentimental gift for the holidays, you can even pre-load precious photos on Pocket Album OLED 1.5 to give to friends and family for a surprise gift.
Pocket Album OLED 1.5 includes user-friendly Photo Viewer software that automatically converts images of various formats from your computer to the Pocket Album OLED photo viewer. You can crop and rotate the photos you wish to transfer and then the software will automatically resize the photos for optimal storage and display on the viewer. Pocket Album OLED 1.5 runs on a Lithium-Polymer battery with approximately 5 hours of battery life. The battery can be easily recharged with the included AC adapter or with USB power by connecting it to your computer.
Pocket Album OLED 1.5 Features:
- 1.5-inch Passive Matrix OLED screen with contrast ratio of 1000:1.
- Holds 124 digital photos with 32MB internal flash memory.
- Portable digital keychain.
- Runs automatic photo slideshows with adjustable time intervals or scrolls photos manually.
- Supports random photo playback.
- Runs on Lithium-Polymer rechargeable battery with 5 hours of battery life.
- Battery rechargeable via the included AC adapter or by USB power by connecting it to your computer.
- Photo Viewer Software included for converting images from your computer to Pocket Album OLED 1.5. The Photo Viewer Software lets you crop and rotate photos you wish to transfer and then it automatically resizes them for optimal storage and display on the photo viewer.
- Compatible with Windows Vista/XP/2000 and Mac 10.5 & 10.4
Pocket Album OLED 1.5 (PAO-150) is priced at $49. It is available in Red, Carbon Fiber, and Warm Grey and comes with an Easy-clip keychain, USB cable, AC adapter, Resource Disc, and Quick Start Guide. Pocket Album OLED 1.5 is available immediately at Digital Foci's online store at http://www.digitalfoci.com.
About Digital Foci
Digital Foci helps consumers manage and enjoy their digital content collection easily. The company enhances people's lives by allowing them to seamlessly move digital photos, video, and music from one place to another. With Digital Foci products, consumers are able to enjoy any of their digital content on any device without ever worrying about format compatibility. Digital Foci products include digital picture frames, photo displays, storage devices, and card readers for transfer, storage, and management optimized for any setting where you choose to enjoy your digital content.
Digital Foci (pronounced "foe-sigh") is the plural form of the word "focus" and symbolizes the many distinct points where light and sound converge and diverge. It is at these digital focus points (or foci) where you view and share your digital pictures, watch your digital video, listen to your digital music, and access your digital files.
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