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Transcend introduces new 8 inch digital photo frame

Transcend introduces the PF810 digital photo frames, combining a lustrous gloss-black finish with elegant inlaid rhinestones and a LED lighted touch-sensitive menu interface. The frames feature a bright new 8-inch 800x600 (4:3) color TFT LCD panel and 2GB of built-in flash memory to ensure that you can easily display your entire photo collection without even using a memory card. The new PF810 offers other useful functions too, such as an alarm clock, radio, and an electronic calendar and will make its debut at the 2009 CES...

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All about the new Transcend digital photo framesTranscend Information, Inc.), an international leader in memory products, recently introduced a new addition to its successful line of digital photo frames – the PF810. Combining a lustrous gloss-black finish with elegant inlaid rhinestones and an intuitive LED lighted touch-sensitive menu interface, Transcend`s PF810 is the perfect addition to any room or office. Its bright new 8-inch 800x600 (4:3) color TFT LCD panel and 2GB of built-in flash memory ensures users can easily display their entire photo collection in astonishing clarity and detail without even using a memory card.

The brand-new PF810 8” digital photo frame will make its debut at 2009 CES, the world's biggest international electronics exhibition that brings together leading technology companies from around the globe. Successfully combining many useful functions such as an alarm clock, radio, and an electronic calendar with elegant styling, Transcend`s multi-function PF810 not only provides an easy way to show off your whole picture collection, but also perfectly adds a lot more fashion to a modern room or office at the same time. The 8” digital photo frame is expected to attract many visitors and media attention during the CES show.

Additional information: All about the new Transcend digital photo frames
January 3, 2009
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