June 03, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
Digital photo frames are popping up everywhere these days, so we can have slideshows in our living rooms, home offices and at work with ease. Royal is taking the digital cue to new heights with its roster of personal digital photo frames that lets you have digi photos on your refrigerators, keychains, desktop organizers and more.
Here are some of the highlights:
Royal Fridge Frame Digital Photo Frame—Instead of using a traditional magnet or magnet clip to hold notes on your fridge, this spring clip has a 1.5-inch LCD screen with 128 x 128 resolution, slideshow mode with adjustable settings, time/date display with alarm clock and kitchen timer, and a motion sensor so it automatically turns on. MSRP is $69.99.
Royal PF115 Digital Picture Keychain—Don’t miss a chance to carry around photos of the kids and show them off on this egg-shaped keychain with 1.5-inch LCD screen. $49.99.
Royal Photo Clip Digital Photo Frame—Want to see some smiling faces when you pull out your wad of cash or stack of credit cards? This clip can give you a slideshow as either a desktop stand, or a clip to attach to your belt or bag (or use in your bag as a holder). $59.99.
Royal Memory Cup Digital Photo Frame and Royal Memory Pad Digital Photo Frame—Your office or cubicle can have a homey feel with either of these frames. The Memory Pad has a 2.4-inch LCD screen with 320 x 240 resolution, plus a notepad and cardholder for $99.99; the Memory Cup has a 1.5-inch LCD screen, and acts as a pen or pencil holder and desktop organizer, for $59.99.
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