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Transcend announces PF830 digital photo frame

Transcend PF830

It seems like Taiwanese manufacturer Transcend is coming up with more digital photo frames despite their core business being in memory and portable storage. The maker has recently announced their new PF830 large format digital photo frame which boasts a 8-inch display and 2GB internal memory.

Transcend has introduced its new 8-inch Digital Photo Frame with 2GB internal memory and support today’s most popular memory cards. It is capable of displaying digital photos with the same sharpness and rich colors as high-quality prints. 

With its smooth contoured shape and gloss finish, the PF830’s modern design complements any home décor or personal style. The digital photo frame also features a bright 8-inch digital LCD panel with an extremely high 800×600 resolution and 4:3 aspect ratio that displays digital pictures with minimal distortion.

The PF830 conveniently displays videos, photos and music from a variety of sources: USB flash drives, memory cards, or the Photo Frame’s on-board memory. With a 2GB of internal memory, the Photo Frame enables users to store and display up to 9000 digital pictures. The Transcend also supports SD, SDHC, MMC, CF, microSD, M2, MS, MS PRO, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo and MS PRO-HG Duo cards.

Equipped with an Automatic Orientation Sensor (AOS) and an adaptive on-screen interface, the PF830 can automatically adjusts pictures and menus to portrait or landscape position. The digital photo frame also features Transcend’s exclusive NaturaTone (intelligent skin color processing) modes that guarantee photos look their best.

Available in black and white, other features of the PF830 include calendar, alarm and clock functions.

Source: Transcend

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