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Digital Foci ships Picture Porter Elite

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Wed July 26, 2006

Picture Porter Elite ships

Digital Foci today began shipping its Picture Porter Elite 40GB and 80GB portable digital photo albums, each featuring a built-in hard drive and memory card reader that could compete with Apple's high-end iPod line. The device features a 3.6-inch LCD allows users to rotate, zoom, pan, view EXIF information, and play picture slideshows in the field. The Picture Porter Elite can connect to a TV to share photos, and supports copying as well as archiving photos directly from any digital camera memory card without the need for cumbersome peripheral attachments or cabling. Picture Porter Elite weights 11 ounces, measures 5.3 x 3.1 x 1.1-inches, and is priced from $450. The device ships with a USB cable, video/audio cables, and earphones. [updated]

Picture Porter Elite functions as a portable video and MP3 player, featuring a built-in microphone for recording on-the-go.

Picture Porter Elite supports the PictBridge standard, which allows the device to print directly to any PictBridge compliant printer without a computer. The gadget also works with all popular media card formats, including CF I/II, MD, MMC, SD Card, Memory Stick, MS PRO, MS Duo, and MS PRO Duo.




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  1. technocoy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    ummm...

    most pointless comparison to the iPod yet... how the h*** is this a threat to the high end iPod? i mean, it doesn't play music or video (from the description on macnn), so i fail to see why this is even posted... I mean I seriously doubt that hundreds of thousands of people are buying an iPod soley for the photo archiving capability.

    sheesh, next thing you know the new kholer toilets will be major iPod competitors...

  1. technocoy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    lol...

    just read the full description on the unknown brands site... I am still sick of all the iPod "threats" i mean, come on, noone has even heard of this brand, the thing looks clunky as h***...

    whatever.

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