Adding another model to it's digital photo frames product, Viewsonic revealed DPG801BK photo frame.
Delight your loved ones with ViewSonic’s 8" DPG801BK SwifTouch™ digital photo frame.
* Hidden frame controls maintain fingerprint free screen
* Scroll through and select photos, music, video, slideshows
* View photos from camera memory card,
* Clock, alarm and calendar keep you on schedule
* High 800x600 screen resolution displays photos brilliantly
* Compatible with most memory card formats
Enjoy your favorite MP3 music along with your photos.
Hidden control buttons illuminate in blue when touched.
USB 2.0 port allows for fast photo imports from your camera, computer or thumb drive.
High screen resolution of 800x600 delivers stunning picture quality.
512MB of internal memory stores hundreds of photos
Slideshow feature lets you add transition effects and vary display speeds
6-in-1 card reader lets you load pictures directly from your memory card
Video/audio capabilities for personalized viewing experience
Alarm, clock and calendar features keep you on schedule
The Acer Hornet, the first NVIDIA Ion product was launched as the Aspire Revo a small-sized nettop capable of providing users with a true home entertainment solution. The desktop computer system featured a design similar to that of Nintendo's much-hyped Wii gaming console, while providing the end user with a choice for a low-power PC, capable of delivering support for some gaming applications, Microsoft Windows Vista and 7 operating systems, as well as 1080p video.
Apple has made the computing such a small that a CPU can be carried like a palmtop.
On that note, we had our first chance at putting the Ion-based Aspire Revo through its paces earlier this month, an event we waited for with great anticipation. Some of us here at Softpedia were already thinking of our next computer purchase, setting our eyes one some of these new low-power PCs that could provide for an excellent second PC solution. Now, without further ado, we should head on the review itself, pointing some of the pluses and minuses of the low-power PC.
Entertainment purists will definitely be more pleased than punch to find out that the SC-25 and SC-27 utilize Burr-Brown analog to digital converters (ADC) and renowned Wolfson digital to analog converters (DAC), working in tandem to maintain high resolution performance throughout the entire digital signal processing chain from input to output. DAC performance is further brought to another level with the SC-27 as it boasts a professional-grade Burr-Brown 192kHz / 24-Bit sampling rate converter (SRC) for ultra-wide dynamic range and advanced jitter reduction. Guess all of your recently purchased Michael Jackson records are going to sound even better on this, just make sure you have a well defined room to maximize the effect of the audio output.
The other two models would be the Pioneer Elite VSX-21TXH and VSX-23TXH that are lower end and yet pack a punch with its Direct Energy Class A/B amplification, integrated video signal conversion, 1080p video scaling and an abundance of connectivity solutions for current and new high definition as well as standard definition entertainment sources. The Pioneer Elite VSX-21TXH and VSX-23TXH will begin shipping sometime from this month onwards for $700 and $900, respectively, while the Pioneer Elite SC-25TXH and SC-27 will ship out next month for $1,700 and $2,000, respectively.