October 7, 2008 Digital Foci Inc is expanding its Image Moments line of digital photo frames with a new 5.7-inch model that boasts the highest pixel density digital photo frame on the market (140 PPI), includes an LED backlight to enhance color reproduction, stereo speakers and a low power consumption design.
The 6.5“ (W) x 5.4” (H) x 1.7” (D) IMT-063 model is bordered by a mirror-polished & powdered two-tone frame and includes 450MB of internal memory and built-in slots for Compact Flash, SD/HD card, MMC (Multi Media Card), Memory stick, MS Pro, xD-Picture card, MS Duo/MS Pro Duo and a USB 2.0 port, but there's no WiFi connection.
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The convenience of the device is that it allows simultaneous playback of photo slideshows, video, and music files using multiple memory sources (internal memory and all inserted cards). Slideshows can be set-up to play at adjustable time intervals, portrait and landscape photos are automatically rotated and to save energy, an automatic on/off timer with three schedule settings is included.
On-board file management features enable sorting, copying and the creation of new folders on-the-fly and a wireless remote control is included along with a lanyard fixture for tethering down device in situations where theft might be an issue.
The supports images for JPG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, RAW image files, Audio for MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, WAV and MJPEG, MPEG-4SP Video. Accessories include AC power adapter, USB cable (9 feet cord), remote control, User Guide, Quick Start Guide.
The Digital Foci Image Moments 6 frame launches this month and costs USD$149.
- 5.7” color digital TFT LCD screen, 640 x 480 pixels (VGA) / 140 pixels per inch
- 300:1 contrast ratio
- 4:3 screen ratio
- 450MB memory card
- Compatible for Windows Vista/XP/2000, Mac 10.01 & later
- AC 100-240V input to DC 5V/2A output
- Stereo speakers with frequency response range of 300-20K Hz and audio output to external speakers