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Digital Foci ships pocket album OLED 2.8 photo viewer

Digital Foci is now shipping the Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 photo viewer. The new viewer fits right in your pocket, comes with viewing stand, carrying case, and wrist strap, and is available in popular colors of Red, Sky Blue and Charcoal. The 2.8" (320 x 240) OLED screen offers a contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and runs on Li-Polymer batteries with 5 hours of battery life. The device holds over 4,000 photos, and photos can be viewed by manual scrolling or with a slideshow. The Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 is priced at $99...

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All about the new Digital Foci OLED 2.8 photo viewerDIGITAL FOCI SHIPS POCKET ALBUM DELUXE OLED 2.8 PHOTO VIEWER
 
Carry Over 4,000 Favorite Photos Right in Your Pocket on a High-Quality OLED Screen! Available in Red, Sky Blue & Charcoal Colors
 
Digital Foci, Inc.announced today that it is now shipping the Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 photo viewer with high-quality OLED screen.  Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 holds over 4,000 photos right in your pocket and features a 2.8-inch OLED screen with viewing stand, carrying case, and wrist strap -- available in popular colors of Red, Sky Blue and Charcoal.  With the cutting-edge OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology, Pocket Album OLED displays your digital images brighter, with better contrast, and at wider viewing angles than conventional LCD screens.

Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 features a 2.8-inch (320 x 240) Active Matrix OLED screen with an astounding contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and holds over 4,000 photos.  It allows photos to be viewed by scrolling manually or randomly with an automatic photo slideshow with adjustable intervals.  

Easy Photo Viewer Software Included

Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 also includes user-friendly Photo Viewer software that makes it easy to convert images of various formats from your computer to the viewer.  You can crop and rotate the photos and the software will automatically resize the photos for optimal storage and display.  You can even organize your photos into 5 different folders and select specific folders to play back.  You can browse your photos in thumbnail view or choose between displaying one photo full screen or four photos in 2 x 2 view.  The built-in clock or calendar can also be displayed in the background during the photo slideshow.  

Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 runs on Lithium-Polymer batteries with 5 hours of battery life and can be easily recharged with the included AC adapter or by connecting it to your computer via the included USB cable.  Its acrylic viewing stand, wrist strap, and carrying case make it perfect either as a desktop display or portable digital album on the go.

Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 Features:

• 2.8” (320 x 240) Active Matrix OLED screen with contrast ratio of 10,000:1.
• Holds over 4,000 digital photos with internal flash memory.  
• Folder structure for organizing photos.
• Built-in clock and calendar.
• Comes with acrylic viewing stand, wrist strap, and protective carrying case.
• Runs automatic photo slideshows with adjustable time intervals or scrolls photos manually.
• Supports random photo playback.
• Runs on rechargeable battery - rechargeable via the included AC adapter or with USB power by connecting it to your computer.
• Photo Viewer Software included for converting images from your computer to the Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8.  The Photo Viewer Software lets you crop and rotate photos you wish to transfer, before automatically resizing them for optimal storage and display on the photo viewer.

The Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 (PAD-280) is priced at $99.  It comes with a USB cable, USB-AC adapter, Photo Viewer Software, acrylic viewing stand, wrist strap, protective carrying case, and Quick Start Guide. Pocket Album Deluxe OLED 2.8 is available immediately at Digital Foci's online store at www.digitalfoci.com.

Additional information: All about the new Digital Foci OLED 2.8 photo viewer
October 30, 2008
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