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Tuesday, 03 June 2008 19:38

Abit's digital picture frame comes printer pixelized

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Computex 08: Several different models on display

Abit's foray into the "convergence" consumer electronics market with a digital picture frame with a built-in dye sublimation printer seems like an odd choice by a motherboard manufacturer, but we decided to snap some pictures of what turned out to be a whole product range.

The various printers differ in terms of frame design and panel size, but otherwise they appear to be quite similar in terms of features. The printer part is rather bulky, as you can see from the second picture, so you better make sure you have enough space on the bookshelf before you lay out cash on one.

Abit seems to supply a remote control with them, too, but we didn't have time to make any detail inquiries about the specifications, but the quality of the print samples looked pretty good. We'll try to find out some more details about these products later on in the week.

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