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PictureBook Pocket Photo Frame – your family in your pants

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The PocketBook Pocket Digital Photo Frame lets you carry your loved ones around in your pocket. Of course you may think that this $200.00 device is something that you can do without, since you already have a mobile phone, a digital camera and a laptop computer which can all do similar service. But you have to realise that buying stuff like this keeps the economic wheels of the world running, and stops aliens from Alpha Centauri slaughtering us without pity to steal our Christmas tinsel. [Mmm…been at the seasonal brandy butter a bit early again? – Ed]

 Our portable photo storage device holds hundreds of photos without the bulky pages of a traditional album. And the 3.5″ TFT LCD screen displays photos in vibrant, crystal-clear color. Order your PictureBook portable digital photo album today and show your pictures anywhere! Our portable digital picture frame makes it easy to enjoy all your digital photos. Put all your digital photos in one space?and then put it in your pocket or purse. With a built-in 64 MB of memory, the PictureBook portable photo storage device holds up to 500 files.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


2 Comments

  • $200.00 dollars for 3.5 in. screen and only 64MB of memory? Where have the people that make this been for the last 2 or so years? I would say that this product is short…short on size…short on memory and probably short on sales. 200.00 dollars is to much to pay for this “short” of a product. I understand that it is supposed to be portable but Christmas tinsel and all aside they need to reduce the price.

  • Can I interest Sir in a nice leatherette cover to go with his over-priced photo frame?

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