JOBO 15-Inch Digital Picture Frame
This new JOBO PDJ152 digital picture frame is designed to keep memories alive by showcasing digital pictures in an automatic slideshow presentation giving precious digital memories new life. Additionally, this frame enables users to highlight their special photographic moments and easily share them with family and friends. This new JOBO digital picture frame features a handsome Acrylic frame design with three new interchangeable frame options so users can adjust the frame's trim color to fit in with any décor in the home or office.
This new JOBO digital picture frame features a 1024 x 768 pixel resolution with a contrast ratio of 400:1. To view images on the display, users just insert their camera's media card into the frame to transfer the images to the frame's internal memory or they can download digital image files from their PC or USB device such as JOBO's line of image storage units onto the JOBO PDJ152 frame via the included USB OTG cable. This model features USB 2.0 high speed capability and supports all popular memory cards such as CF, SD, MMC, MS and xD. Easy to use buttons on the back of the frame support intuitive operation of all important functions. Also included with this model is a wall mount kit and remote control unit for convenient operation from any location in a room.
The 1GB internal memory of the new JOBO PDJ152 can store up to 4,000 pictures in optimum screen resolution turning it into a deluxe digital photo album. This JOBO model supports picture browsing, thumbnail mode and even slideshows with various transition effects. It also offers user-friendly functions such as Copy, Delete and Rotate photos as well as 4x zoom. This frame can also display a calendar and the time. It includes an AC power adapter and can be powered on and off automatically by a timer.
The JOBO Photo Display PDJ152 will be available for $299 MSRP in late July 2008.
Web site: www.jobo.com
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