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Pacific Digital to Provide Digital Picture Frames for Windows Vista

Pacific Digital Corporation is working with Microsoft to integrate the next-generation MemoryFrame family of digital picture frames with enhanced features into the upcoming release of Microsoft Windows Vista. Pacific Digital will be demonstrating Windows Vista at its booth at CES.

Digital Picture Frames are quickly becoming a standard part of the home, displaying digital photos and other content as an "electronic scrapbook". The MemoryFrame will be able to use the features of Windows Vista to further integrate digital picture frames into the home experience by supporting Windows Vista capabilities such as Windows Media Connect, Windows Connect Now and RSS Feeds.

With the release of Windows Vista, users will easily be able to view photos on Pacific Digital's picture frame. The frame can either be connected wirelessly to the computer or via USB 2.0 High Speed. When the frame is switched on it will discover the Windows Vista shared media and instantly begin displaying content. If no system is found the MemoryFrame will revert to content stored in its internal memory.

The frame can be positioned on a wired or wireless network anywhere around the house, whether it is the living room, den or bedroom. Users will have the option of setting up favorite slide shows that can be played either simultaneously on each Picture Frame or individually to suite the mood for that particular location.



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