Pandigital photo frames come in screen sizes from 5.6 inches to 9 inches and are the industry’s first with 64-128MB of internal memory and multiple USB ports. To load pictures onto the digital photo frame the user can insert a memory card into its 6-in-1 media card reader, use the mini-USB port to connect to a digital camera, or connect a personal computer to its full-sized PC port.
Aside from its digital slideshow, the Pandigital photo frames also allow users to view MPEG-1/-2/-4 video or play MP3 or AVI audio through built-in speakers or via a headphone jack. The frames will ship with a remote control and one wood and one acrylic interchangeable frame.
The Pandigital photo frames come in 4 models: the 5.6-inch DPF56-2 with 64MB of internal memory for a suggested $130; the 7.0-inch DPF70-1 for $150; the DPF80-2 ($200) with an 8-inch backlit LED display with a resolution of 800 x 600 and 64MB of internal memory, and the DPF90-2 with the same specs but a larger 9.2-inch display and a retail price of $250.