Transcend launches digital photo frame
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Transcend launches digital photo frame

By SiliconIndia   |   Saturday, 30 January 2010, 05:17 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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Transcend launches digital photo frame
New Delhi: Transcend introduced its new 8-inch Digital Photo Frame with 2GB of internal memory and can support most of the popular memory cards. Featuring a large ultra high resolution screen, the company says that the Transcend PF830 is capable of displaying digital photos with the same sharpness and colors as high-quality prints.

The PF830 comes with 800x600 resolution and 4:3 aspect ratio that displays digital pictures with minimal distortion, allowing photography enthusiasts to accurately showcase their favorite shots with true-to-life brilliance and clarity. The PF830 can display videos, photos and music from a variety of sources: USB flash drives, memory cards, or the Photo Frame's own on-board memory. With the 2GB of internal memory, the Photo Frame enables users to store and display up to 9000 digital pictures.

The PF830 accepts SD, SDHC, MMC, CF, microSD, M2, MS, MS PRO, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo and MS PRO-HG Duo cards, and with its advanced auto-play feature, users can instantly browse photos or videos right when they plug their digital camera's memory card into the Photo Frame. The PF830 is equipped with an Automatic Orientation Sensor (AOS) and an adaptive on-screen interface that automatically adjusts pictures and menus to portrait or landscape position.

The Photo Frame also features Transcend's NaturaTone (intelligent skin color processing) modes that can improve the photo quality. Now available in black and white, the PF830 comes with a one year panel warranty, two years product warranty and is priced at Rs. 8,000.

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Reader's comments(3)
1: Looks like a cool product, but the pricing seems to be on the higher side..
Posted by:kumar - 29 Jan, 2010
2:
Ya Very costly...:)
Suman Replied to: kumar - 31 Jan, 2010
3:
just wait for atleast 3-4 months...
prices will be as low as 3000-4000 Rs.
As other companies are in competition...
Nilesh Gol Replied to: Suman - 01 Feb, 2010