Digital Foci’s Picture Porter 35 unveiled at CES
by Mark R
One of the problems with camera technology is that we have cameras on all our mobile devices, which leads to an abundance of digital photos scattered about on memory cards everywhere.
This is why Digital Foci invented the Picture Porter 35, a one stop place to store all a user’s digital photos. The Picture Porter 35 has a 3.5 inch color screen, and a built-in card reader for CF, SD/HC, MMC, miniSD, MS/Duo, and xD cards.
The Picture Porter 35 has 160GB of storage space capacity, and the user has the option of viewing photos and other advanced file management features including copying files, renaming files, deleting files, even creating new folders and sorting by name and date.
The user also has an option of creating a photo slideshow, and it the Picture Porter has the option of playing MP3 and video files. The USB host function allows copying to and from an external hard drive with only a USB cable, with a fast copy speed of 1GB in less than 2.5 minutes.
It has an output display to a TV or a projector, and the audio and video player has a built-in speaker as well as earphone support. As for power, it has uses a Li-Ion battery that is rechargeable with AC or USB. The Picture Porter 35 should be available in Summer 2009, but I don’t yet have word on the price.